Google explains, “Meet provides the opportunity to stay connected with family, friends, co-workers, and others.” With many people around the world spending more time at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this feature could help make the world feel smaller and potentially less lonely.
It hit the 50-million mark by the middle of the month and has only rocketed since then…
The company has revealed a new shortcut that allows Google Meet users to quickly starting new video conferences straight from their browser window.
Thank you to c|net for instructions and information on “How To Use Google Meet”. Google Meet will soon be available to everyone (for FREE) where you can host, join and schedule meetings.
To sign up for the free version of Google Meet, go to the Google Meet page. Enter your name, email, country and primary use for Google Meet (personal, business, education or government). Agree to Google’s terms of service, and hit Submit. You’ll get a notification when the service is ready for you to use.
Once it’s available, here’s how to use the free version of Google Meet:
- Go to meet.google.com (or, open the app on iOS or Android, or start a meeting from Google Calendar).
- Click Start new meeting, or enter your meeting code.
- Choose the Google account you want to use.
- Click Join meeting. You’ll have the ability to add others to your meeting, too.
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Google Meet will allow free users to make as many calls as they want, but after September 30, they will be limited to 60 minutes per call. Do note that Google is only rolling out the availability of free Meet in the coming weeks, so you may not be able to make calls using Google Meet straight away. You can sign-up to get notified once it’s available here.