Self-isolation during coronavirus forcedmany companies review their marketing plans. The rapidly gaining popularity of the Zoom platform forced Google to refuse to pay for the Google Meet video conferencing service, which will be available free of charge for all users with a Gmail account in May.
To date, access to Google Meet hadowners of G Suite and G Suite for Education packages for enterprises, organizations and educational institutions. Now the corporation opens free access for all users. To register for the service, you must have a Gmail inbox.
It should be noted that even with the paid program since January of this year, the increase in daily visits to Meet was 30 times, and the number of conference participants per day is 100 million users.
From now on, all members of the Google community will be able to take advantage of the free conference for 60 minutes. At the same time, the company announced that the time limit would not be introduced until September 30.
Video conferencing can “attend to 100users with access to the screen. Real-time editing is available. The user will be able to adjust the window layouts to his individual preferences.
Important is Google’s promise to keepconfidentiality and not transfer user personal data to third parties. You can familiarize yourself with the requirements when registering for Google Meet on the official website of the corporation.
For mobile devices, you can use the applications from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.