Google is updating its Google Meet application to facilitate the needs and wants of the educational and business departments with the help of the video chat service called G Suite Enterprise and Education. Google Meet is highly renowned for its user-friendly experience provided to its users. They are allowed to access flexible and secure video meetings via the platform, especially after the rise of the global pandemic.
The G Suite account guarantees customers the access to invite anyone in their meetings even though they do not have any Google account. In addition to this, the stability and security of this platform are impressive, and there is no limit for the calls being an impressive competitor for Zoom.
Google Meet plans to add many improvements
Google has implemented a recent update that allows users to join a call having up to 100 people in the same meeting. This fantastic asset proves to be highly efficient, especially when thinking that the users do not need to download any extensions, and the whole activity can take place directly on the browser.
Recently, more and more people are voicing their interest in this function, and Google is currently experiencing up to 30k growth in its daily number of people using the services of Google Meet. It seems like Google is almost ready to release its latest updates to the users, and it needs to do it fast. Up until now, there has been an increased interest in the services provided by Zoom, but what is clear is that Google Meets is second to none when it comes to the facilitates that it offers.
Google Meet is free, providing the most quality video calls of all the platforms. Users are allowed to use the chat function between calls and share their screens, as well as changing the layout settings. Additionally, the host needs to have a Google account to start the conversation, but any other people who are invited do not need to present their Google subscription.
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