The Google+ team continues to graduate features from its sandbox into prime time for its Hangouts product. Last week, the company announced the addition of Google Docs into Hangouts, and today the service has officially added the ability to make phone calls from within a Hangout as well.
In what is becoming the most fully-featured, and free, video conferencing option on the web, Google+ just got more useful by being able to add an outside caller to the discussion. Unfortunately, you can’t create a party line and this feature is limited to making one call at a time.
In the past few months, we’ve graduated two widely-used features from Hangouts with extras to the main Hangouts experience: screensharing and Google Docs. Today, we’re excited to announce that we’re graduating a third and very popular feature — the ability to call a phone number from Hangouts. Calls to the US…
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