Google’s Duo video calling platform now has invite links on mobile, making it even more of a viable competitor to Zoom and other videoconferencing apps, according to Android Police.

Google had already announced Duo’s group call link invite codes back in May, but the option didn’t go live immediately. It’s now working on various versions of the app, from v89 onward. Simply create a group by adding at least one member and you’ll see the invite link right there. You can copy it or share it to another app, and when someone clicks the link, it’ll open in Duo and offer to show them group members before they join. Currently, that only works on mobile, as group calls aren’t yet supported on the web client.

The invite links were first announced last month as part of a broader feature rollout that including planned web support, which is still on the way, and an already-live family mode for onscreen doodling and Snapchat-style masks effects.

The invite links were said to be coming soon, and we can confirm they’re now active even in older versions of the app thanks to a server-side update on Google’s end.

Now, if you want to create a Duo call and add more people to it, you can do so through a dedicated invite link once the group call has been created. Right now, this only works on mobile, including Android and iOS, meaning anyone clicking the link shared on the web won’t be able to join unless they’re on a Chromebook that supports the Android version of the app, according to 9to5Google.

Two Co-Conspirators Indicted for Role in Prolific, Global Human Smuggling Conspiracy