Google Meet provides more controls for admins

 


Google Meet provides more controls for admins



Google Meet is a video conferencing app from Google, available for web browsers and mobile devices, and it focuses primarily on the work environment. The platform has just announced that it will introduce a new feature in its work. From November 1, video conference guests will be able to turn off participants' microphones and cameras.


This way, the organizers of these conferences will have an easier time supervising them and prevent any attendees from interrupting their colleagues. As stated by the company, this tool will be available to all Google Workspace users from November 1.


By default, this option will be disabled to block the microphone and camera of a video conference participant. In the event that the moderator wants to activate it, he must do it manually by going to the settings panel in Google Meet.


In the event that the video conference consists of several secondary rooms or break rooms, blocking the cameras and microphones of the user, if decreed in the main room, will also be effective in other rooms. Conversely, a ban in a secondary room will not apply to the main conversation.


Google Meet users with older versions of the app on iOS and Android will need to update it to use this tool. If they are not updated, the app will kick them out of the video conference when the moderator blocks the camera or microphone of an attendee. The situation would be different if the moderator activated this option before the start of the video conference. In this case, the user with an old version of the application will not be able to join the meeting.

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