The COVID-19 spread has forced businesses, institutes, and students to work, teach, and learn from home. Thankfully, in this modern age, we have tools like Google Meet to efficiently communicate over video calls.
Of all the video conferencing tools, Google Meet comes out as the easiest to use. And thanks to Google, the service is free to use until 30th September for all G Suite users to create and manage Google Meets.
We have been writing extensive Google Meet How-to articles for businesses, teachers, and students alike to make the most out of Google Meet. Below’s a list of all Google Meet articles published thus far, and more.
Learn the Basics of Google Meet
Ultimate guide to creating a Google Meet for Businesses and Teachers
As a G Suite user, Non-G Suite user, or a Guest user
Schedule important meetings to stay on top of your schedule
No more Chrome extensions to get a grid view of everyone’s head
Easily share presentations, videos, documents, or even a Chrome tab in Google Meet
Mute your Mic in WFH meetings and online classes to avoid embarrassments
Easily record important meetings or training materials
Get a Google Meet link for your class to make it easier for students to join
No need to worry about your lighting conditions during video meetings anymore
Google Meet Tips and Chrome Extensions
Transform your Google Meet experience with these Chrome extensions
No download required
See everyone in a Google Meet with the Grid View Chrome extension
There’s no Google Meet mute all button, but you can ask all participants to use Push-to-Talk instead
Communicate easily in meetings with Push to Talk feature in MES Chrome extension
Hide your background in any video conferencing app
Make your meetings more interactive and fun
Use the Meet Attendance extension to get a record of attendees quickly
Because they can be more annoying than their usual self in online classes
Mirror your desktop screen to iPad to get grid view of Google Meet