Google Meet, initially designed for safe business events, to make it open to anyone and free of charge. And Google also mentions in the coming day’s users will be able to see Google Meet directly into Gmail.
Google states, “After making Meet’s advanced apps accessible for all users of G Suite and G Suite for Education in March, we’ve seen regular use increase by 30x, with Meet hosting 3 billion minutes of video meetings per day. Last month, we’ve reached over 3 million new users per day. That’s why we’re extending the service to more citizens across the world.”
Simply click on the “Begin a Meeting” tab, and a new window opens with a special, safe meeting for you to attend and connect with others. By entering a meeting code, you will quickly access meetings shared with you, as well as schedule video meetings and invite others directly via Google Calendar.
Now everybody can use Meet’s easy scheduling and screen sharing, real-time captions, and templates that suit your style.
Google Meet is now free for everyone, just go to meet.google.com and sign with your existing user account or create a new one. Google Meet is also available on iOS and Android platforms.