Google Meet is a video conferencing tool developed by Google that allows users to have virtual meetings with others in real time. It is part of the Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite) suite of tools and can be accessed through a web browser or mobile app.
Google Meet offers features such as screen sharing, real-time captions, virtual backgrounds, and the ability to record meetings. It also integrates with other Google Workspace tools like Google Calendar and Google Drive.,/p>
With Google Meet, users can easily host online meetings, webinars, and virtual events with people from all over the world. It is particularly useful for remote teams, distance learning, and online collaboration.
Google Meet offers both free and paid versions. The free version of Google Meet allows users to host video meetings with up to 100 participants and provides features such as screen sharing, virtual backgrounds, and real-time captions. However, the free version has some limitations, such as a maximum meeting duration of 60 minutes.
The paid version, called Google Workspace Essentials, provides additional features such as meeting recording, larger meeting capacities, and access to advanced administrative controls. It is designed for businesses and organizations and requires a subscription fee.
Google Meet is also available as part of the broader Google Workspace suite of tools, which offers additional features and functionality beyond just video conferencing. Access to these features requires a paid subscription.
Up to 60 minutes, 100 attendees
$6/mo per user, up to 336 hours for 100 attendees
$12/mo per user, up to 336 hours for 150 attendees
Google Meet integrates seamlessly with other Google Workspace tools, such as Google Calendar and Google Drive, making it easy to schedule and join meetings and to collaborate on documents and files during meetings.