Response to current situation
Due to the current situation, video conferencing is booming. So far, Google Meet has appeared less on the web. No wonder, the software is actually only for companies. Google now responds and provides the software for free.
Even if we are experiencing one kind or another of relaxation now, many people are still in the home office. As a result, video conferencing providers such as Zoom, Skype or Facebook Rooms have become increasingly popular.
Internal webcam protection
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On the other hand, many people are unlikely to understand Google Meet video conferencing software. So far, Google Meet is a fee, only for companies. Due to the current situation, Google has now decided to offer Google Meet to private customers for free.
The application does not even require any software. You can go directly to the Google Meet website and invite participants to video chat. Google also provides apps for iOS and Android.
Video chat has limitations
However, there are some restrictions to consider. For example, Google Meet only allows private users to hold meetings for up to 60 minutes. You also need a Google account to use these features. Many people already own one due to YouTube or Android smartphones. However, the terms of companies that have already used Meet as part of G Suite will not change.
But opening Google Meet is not only part of the search engine giant's current efforts to help people. The video software Google Duo was also revised in March and now supports more video chat participants than before. However, this is for private users who want to use smartphone functions.