Google is bringing Meet to Docs, Slides, and Sheets in the same tab
Google Meet has added a new feature that allows you to meet from within Docs, Slides, and Sheets. The functionality was announced as part of the latest Google Workplace announcements.
The new functionality, which will be available in the coming weeks, will allow users to make a Meet call while working on any of the three applications in the same tab. The functionality is planned to be released initially on the Web.
Google Meet is always improving to make virtual meetings more efficient. The video-calling company just announced that you would be able to leave meetings if you are the only user remaining.
As part of the new Google Workspace announcements, Google revealed the newest combination of Google Meet with Docs, Slides, and Sheets.
Users will be able to rapidly start a meeting and bring it to a document, spreadsheet, or presentation, allowing them to deliver the information to all meeting attendees. This allows everyone in the meeting to interact in real time while conversing—all from the same tab.
Meet integration is visible on the desktop in the screenshot given by Google to introduce the capability. As of yet, there is no word on when the function will be available for cellphones, and it is unknown how it would operate.
The Google Meet collaboration function is set to become available in the coming weeks.
Last week, the video-calling platform revealed that you would soon be able to abandon meetings if you are the last user remaining. With this update, if you are the sole participant in a meeting for five minutes, you will be prompted to stay or leave the meeting.
If you do not react within two minutes, you will be asked to leave the meeting. Google is also centralising host administration options in the Meet to make toggling between menus easier.
They have now been unified into a single place under the Host controls menu. Previously, the controls were discovered in a variety of locations.
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