While it's great that we have so many tools to stay connected while socially distancing, sometimes face-to-face meetings aren't enough to get your point across. That's when you want the ability to show your colleagues just what you're talking about. Thankfully, Google Meet offers screen-sharing tools both on the web and in the mobile app. We'll show you how you can use them to present...
Despite the best-laid plans, sometimes not everyone is able to make a scheduled meeting or online reunion. But if you're using Google Meet, you can record the session and share it with others who were unable to participate for whatever reason.
If you don't want to use one of those cheesy backgrounds and don't want everyone to see your personal items (or that you have some tidying up to do!), you can blur your background on a Google Meet call. We'll show you how.
Making calls on your Android phone has become an everyday chore with the outbreak of the novel coronavirus. If you use Google Duo or Google Meet, you can turn on captions for your video and audio calls or messages following these simple steps.
Google's Meet web calling platform has been growing in popularity over recent months, expanding to new user bases and adding more and more features. One such feature is the ability to broadcast or livestream your Meet session with a wider audience. We'll show you how to get started.
Our lives are on our phones these days, and while many of the most popular and useful apps will surprise no one, the sheer number of apps I rely upon in my day-to-day is much higher than I would have originally thought.
Google Meet is one of the easiest video calling services to use, but there are always things you can do to improve your experience. Here is a roundup of our favorite tricks and tips to master your next Meet.
When you're on a video call, the last thing you want to do is spend time looking in the settings to make quick adjustments. Thankfully, Google Meet has a number of easy to use and easy to remember keyboard shortcuts to keep you productive and keep your eyes on the camera.