During this period of social isolation, everyone is looking for efficient apps to make video calls, be it for business meetings, remote classes or just to hang out with your family and friends.
So, let’s know what has changed in recent times!
One of the main news that Google has brought is that from now on you will be able to receive Meet calls directly from the Gmail page with an integration between the two services. Incredible, huh?
That will release the Meet, executive tool company video calling for all users from the beginning of May. The gratuity runs until September 30th.
Meet is currently part of the G Suite package, which is paid for and provides productivity solutions for organizations, schools and businesses. Which is very important in this period.
Also worth mentioning is that Google Meet employs a variety of anti-abuse protections that keep your meetings safe. This includes anti-hijacking measures for web meetings and dialing.
And just this month Google announced that more features will arrive at Meet, such as a new layout that allows up to 16 people to participate in the same call at the same time!
In addition, video quality in low light conditions will get even better during calls. This will also make the sound better by filtering out external noises such as street sound and keyboard typing, among other things.
And last, but not least, users now have the option to present just a Chrome tab (instead of presenting the entire browser window or desktop screen). If you need to share high-quality video with audio content in meetings, select this option for the best experience for remote viewers.