Google Meet has announced that the version version of the app will only allow users to host meetings for 60 minutes and no more.
- Google Meet will host meetings not only for users but over 60 minutes.
- Google will restrict access to some of the advanced G-Suite features in the new version
- The new law will take effect only from September 30.
Google Meat, the video conferencing app, has announced that the version version of the app will only allow users to host meetings for 60 minutes and no more. However, the new law will only take effect on September 30.
In addition to the limit on meetings, Google will limit access to advanced G-suite features such as allow up to 250 participants, save live streaming and meeting recordings to Google Drive, The Verge Report claims.
“We have nothing to communicate about changes in obsolete promos and innovative features. If this changes, we’re sure to let you know. Google told The Virgin.
However, users who do not wish to upgrade to the paid version may continue to use the generic version, although there is a limit to the number of meetings. It is not difficult to end a meeting within 60 minutes if the user is not willing to pay for more meetings.
Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals involving Google Meet and other video conferencing platforms such as Zoom. Google Meet and Zoom has over 100 million daily attendees.
Earlier, Google released a new feature in its Meet app, where users can view up to 49 people at once. Up to 49 people can be enabled in tiled and auto lights. However, this feature is available on the web.