Google is increasingly emphasizing its Duo app as a competitor for video calling services such as Zoom and Skype.
After recently adding group conversations via Chrome to Duo, the company now seems to be working on video chat support with up to 32 people.
There is currently a limit of twelve people.
Due to the sharp increase in the number of home workers, Google had already increased the user limit in March from eight to twelve participants.
Facing AndroidPolice, the internet giant is currently working to support up to 32 people.
In the meantime, the news has also been communicated via a promotional email, but it is not yet known when exactly the update will be rolled out.