Google Meet Free Access Rollout Complete, Gmail Integration to Arrive
Google Meet Free Access Rollout Complete, Gmail Integration to Arrive in Few Days
The Google Meet was recently made free to everyone with a Google account in a bid to leverage from the new norm of working from home. These rollout are conducted in a staged manner, and Google are now confirmed that the rollout to this free access to everyone is complete. Its means that anyone with a Google account it can start a video call easily at meet.google.com. They company looks to take on Zoom & Microsoft Teams with this new free access. Earlier, Google Meet its was only accessible by enterprise and education customers via G Suite.
Google Meet Free Premium Feature
The Google Meet is now accessible for free alongside premium features is like simple scheduling, screen sharing, real-time captions, & layouts that adapt to your preference.The Live captioning looks to make the Google Meet more accessible to varied users like those with hearing loss. These is also a new low-light mode its has been added in Google Meet its can automatically adjust your video to make you more visible to others. These tech giant took to its blog to confirm that the rollout for free access of all these features is now complete.
Its can access Google Meet on the Web via meet.google.com, these app is also available as a free download from App Store & Google Play Store. The Users its will need to have a Google account to start using Google Meet though, & if you do not have one, it's best to get one created. Google also notes that Meet its will be accessible via Gmail in the coming days. This feature was introduced earlier this month for enterprise & education accounts, but it is now set to be available for free for all users. This new Google Meet integration should show up in the left sidebar panel in Gmail, and it will allow users to ‘start a meeting' or ‘join a meeting' without having to switch between apps. The Google essentially looks to ease the process of starting a video meeting with this new feature.
Google Meet are made free two weeks ago, the tech giant its has seen daily usage grow by 30x, with Meet hosting 3 billion minutes of video meetings daily. In the Last month, the company had said that it was adding roughly 3 million new users every day.