- Google integrating Meet in Gmail.
- The update is rolling out gradually.
- Google Meet allows up to 100 participants in a video call without any cost.
Google Meet is a video conferencing service by the Mountain View company Google and it gives a head to head competition with other popular service providers like Zoom. Well, now Google is bringing the service in Gmail which means it can be accessed straight from your inbox and that makes life even easier.
The search engine giant Google is integrating the Google Meet service in Gmail and that will give a strong fight against the Zoom video conferencing app during the lockdown and the social distancing time. Having said that, it seems that the new implementation is started to roll out gradually as the feature is started to appear for some users only and it will take some time to reach on all the accounts.
Google Meet was available for the G suite users of education and enterprises but now the company has made it available for the general users as well and it will also available for free of cost till September this year. Having said that, the service supports up to 100 participants in a call without any additional cost.
It is worth to mention that after the free period, the company will provide the service to all but there will be a limitation, as call duration will be restricted to 60 minutes only.
As I mentioned above, the feature is rolling out gradually and that means it will take some time to reach on all the accounts and here at TechnoBugg office, the future is yet to be available. Do let us know if you guys are finding the feature in your Gmail.