Previously, this safety feature was only available for Quick Access Google Workspace for Education customers but these controls will now be available for all Google Meet users on desktop and mobile.
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Google Meet users can now add up to 25 people to host meetings at once. Under the feature, it will be possible to limit who can share their screen, send chat messages, mute all users and end meetings. Google said that it is expanding the meeting moderation control with several features in its video chat app Meet.
You will now be able to assign up to 25 co-hosts to each meeting, allowing them to access and use host controls, the company said in an update. Earlier, this safety feature was available only for ‘Quick Access’ Google Workspace for Education customers. These controls will now be available to all Google Meet users on desktop and mobile. In addition, Google said, there will be features like mute the people in the meeting, start selection and question and answer, giving you more time to focus on your conversation and guide the people connected.
Fast Access Control will be on by default. When fast access is enabled, meeting participants from your domain can automatically join meetings from a mobile or desktop device. For admins, in the coming weeks, Google will introduce a setting that controls whether host management settings will be on or off by default.
You can put video background on Google Meet
After the default and custom wallpapers, Google Meet is now rolling out support for video backgrounds that will hit the web first this month and then on mobile in the coming months. According to a 9 to 5 Google report, this feature was first announced along with the Google Meet web UI, which has now been widely rolled out. In addition to stable backgrounds, you can now select videos – custom backgrounds can help you show more of your personality. Also, it can help to hide the environment around you to maintain privacy.
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