Use video conferencing to make your meetings more expressive, interactive, and build better connections. By creating a video-first culture in the workplace, you will build team culture, enhance communication, and create highly effective teams.
What is Google Meet?
Google Meet is a video conferencing platform.
With Google Meet you can:
- Host up to 250 participants in a single meeting
- Meet for as long as you need, there is no time limit
- Record meetings
- Google Meet is included as part of G Suite, so there is no additional cost to use this service (other than standard phone rates, see FAQs below)
- Meet from computer or mobile devices
For more information about Meet check out the Google Meet FAQ.
What is live stream?
Recent Meet Updates
April 2020 - Finally -- Present a video with audio in Meet!
April 2020 - Tiled layout: see up to 16 participants with this new native view option.
April 2020 - Start or join a Meet directly from Gmail (coming soon).
Want more updates? Check out the G Suite Updates Blog and search for Hangouts Meet.
OIT Google Team Tech Tips
This video walks through the steps to set up conferencing in Calendar, then how to access Meet in Calendar and how to Record. All recordings are saved in Drive in a folder called Meet Recordings.
Here you will learn how to download and use the Chrome extension called Google Meet Grid View.
More Resources for Learning about Meet
Explore the resources below to learn more about working in Google Meet.
Google Meet FAQ
How-To Google Meet
Google Meet Demo (approx. 4 minutes)
The G Suite Learning Center is hosted by Google and provides written walk through for using Meet and Chat. Open the G Suite Learning Center and click 'get started' for a tour of functionalities in Meet, or click 'Learn by Product' then 'Chat' to get started in Chat!