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Google’s Gmail app now lets you make voice and video calls
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Google’s Gmail app now lets you make voice and video calls

One-on-one voice and video calls are now rolling out for Google Chat contained in the Gmail app on iOS and Android, Google has announced. The function was first announced in September, however as of December sixth it’s began rolling out for anybody with Google Workspace, G Suite, or private Google accounts.

It’s beforehand been attainable to begin calls from inside the Gmail app, however till now it’s concerned sending an invitation to a Google Meet video conferencing name, which feels extreme for a one-on-one dialog. Going ahead, nonetheless, there’ll be easy cellphone and video icons within the high proper of each one-on-one chat which can be utilized for calls.

It’s a easy addition, however it’s one which furthers Google’s objective of constructing Gmail the central hub for all its communication companies. In reality, Google’s put up says you’ll be redirected to the Gmail app, even when you begin a name from inside the Google Chat app. As my colleague Dieter Bohn pointed out in September, emails now take up simply one of many 4 tabs within the present Gmail app, alongside Chat, Areas (Google’s Slack-style messaging service), and Meet (its video conferencing service).

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