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  1. Google Meet tile view comes to mobile, starting on iOS Last year, Google’s video calling app gained an improved desktop layout to help you see everyone in large meetings. The Google Meet tile view is now coming to the mobile apps, starting with iOS. Google briefly announced the new Android and iOS view at the start of this month when laying out its plans for the future of work, and a new Workspace Frontline tier. The mobile tile view lets you see more people at once. Up to eight participants can appear simultaneously with any additional people
  2. Google Meet adds new capability to simultaneously end a video call for all With most schools worldwide still relying on remote learning setups due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Google has been rolling out improvements to its education-focused services. Last week, it announced a bunch of new features coming to its Meet video conferencing tool, including the ability for teachers or hosts to end a meeting for everyone at once. Google announced today that it is now rolling out that capability to Google Workspace customers. Starting today, organizers have two option
  3. Google Meet is getting an important new security feature It will enable Meet users to better optimize network access (Image credit: Google) Video communication tool Google Meet has announced a change to how it manages network traffic, making it easier for administrators to configure their firewalls to allow authorized traffic but block untrusted networks. In addition, the update now ensures that non-Google Workspace users receive the same protections as Workspace users. Back in January 20
  4. Google Meet will soon let IT teams disable everyone's favorite backgrounds feature Custom and preset backgrounds can now be turned off in meetings by an admin (Image credit: Google) The rapid transition to working from home during the pandemic was made much easier thanks to Google Meet and other video conferencing software. For its part, Google has continually updated Meet with new features such as breakout rooms, hand raising, polls and more. However, one of the most requested features t
  5. Otter.ai’s new Chrome extension can transcribe Google Meet calls in real time It works with free and paid Otter accounts A render showing how Otter.ai’s Chrome extension works in Google Meet. Image: Otter.ai You can now use automated transcription service Otter.ai to transcribe and provide closed captions for Google Meet calls with the help of a new Chrome extension. Meetings will be transcribed in real time, and transcripts will be saved right to your Otter account so you can access and share them later.
  6. Google Meet on the web is adding convenient new options for creating and joining meetings Google Workspace users should start seeing more options on the Google Meet homepage for joining or creating different types of meetings within the next two weeks. When you click “New Meeting” after receiving the update, you will see three options – create a meeting for later, start an instant meeting, and schedule in Google Calendar. Creating a meeting for later allows you to generate a join code and set up all of the information for later so that when you’re ready to launch it, it’
  7. Google Meet now lets you replace your background with an image Google announced today a new update for its Meet video calling service that allows you to change your background with either hand-picked or your personal images. The new feature is available only on desktop for now. You can use either the pre-uploaded office spaces, landscapes, and abstract backgrounds or choose to upload your own photo. To replace your background before a video call, you can simply choose a meeting and then click "Change Background" on the bottom right. You will then have the op
  8. Google Meet arrives in Gmail for iOS and Android as a giant new tab Google latest Meet push heads to mobile Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google is taking another step toward its Meet integration with Gmail today, bringing the videoconferencing service directly into Gmail for iOS and Android. Gmail mobile users won’t need the dedicated Google Meet app to join meetings, and Google has decided to include Meet as a separate, and rather large, tab at the bottom of the main Gmail interface. If you don’t want Me
  9. Google Meet’s noise cancelation feature is rolling out on iOS and Android It’s been available on the web since June Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google is rolling out its impressive noise cancelation in Google Meet to Android and iOS, but unfortunately, it won’t be available to everybody — you have to be a G Suite Enterprise or G Suite Enterprise for Education customer to take advantage of the handy feature, Google says. Google rolled this out first for the web in June. The
  10. Google Meet for Android gets a new UI that looks similar to the Gmail tab integration Google is rolling out a new user interface for Google Meet's Android app. The new UI is similar to the Meet integration that Google has rolled out in the Gmail app and the Meet app on iOS received last month. The new UI has a cleaner and more modern look and allows one to quickly share meeting information with others, start a Meet call instantly, or schedule a Meet call in Google Calendar using the 'New meeting' button. One can also quickly join a meeting by usin
  11. Gmail and Google Meet get major security boost New updates will help further protect remote workers and students online (Image credit: Google) Google has announced a number of new updates that provide even stronger security in Gmail, Meet and Chat in an effort to better help people working from home stay secure. In order to keep Gmail's entire ecosystem secure, the search giant has announced the pilot of its new Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) standard. The BIMI pilot will enable orga
  12. Google Meet takes on Zoom with AI-powered noise cancellation AI can remove dog barks, taps, and other background noise in your video chats. After years of wheel-spinning, Google is frantically trying to compete in the video messaging space, where the coronavirus pandemic has led to an explosion in demand for video conferencing. Meet's latest feature is noise cancellation for video conferencing, which can cut out a lot of the annoying background noises you would normally encounter in video calls. The feature was originally announced in April, but it is
  13. Google Meet starts rolling out in Gmail, continuing Google’s quest to unseat Zoom Google Meet zooms into Gmail, starting a houseparty with its other messaging services Meet, in Gmail Google has wasted no time integrating its Meet videoconferencing into Gmail, with some users already seeing a link to launch Meet in the left sidebar of the Gmail interface. Formerly available only to its enterprise and education customers via G Suite, the company said last week that it was making Meet free to anyone with a Google account an
  14. Google Meet, Google’s Zoom competitor, is now free for everyone Google did video before Zoom, but a lack of focus means it wasn't ready for COVID-19. Enlarge Google Meet 102 with 80 posters participating Google Meet, Google's newest video chat service, will soon be free for everyone. The service, which was previously locked behind G Suite, is opening up to anyone with a Google account. Users will be able to access the service at meet.google.com or through the iOS and Android apps. While th
  15. PSA: Google Meet to limit meetings to 60 minutes on free plans September 30th The company temporarily gave all users free meetings with no time limit earlier this year Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google said in April it would allow unlimited-length meetings in its Google Meet video chat platform for all users until September 30th, and it looks like the company is sticking with that timeline. After September 30th, free versions of Meet will be limited to meetings no longer than 60 minutes.
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