Google Meet Now makes it easy to check who attended the meeting

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The feature makes it easy to see if all expected participants have joined.

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Google Meet is rolling out a new feature. Now, invitees who didn’t join the call Google Meet Now appears under the new “Also Invited” heading. This feature makes it easy to see if all prospective participants have joined.

Additionally, attendees can view the RSVP status of invitees from the video call interface (which was previously only accessible via email). Google calendar), including those who consider attendance “optional”.

Now, it’s easier than ever to message invitees to check their status, all from the Google Meet tab. “We hope this feature will make it easier for you to start meetings more efficiently by quickly identifying people who haven’t joined yet and sending them a swipe directly from the meeting via chat,” Google explained. TekradarThursday (30/6/2022).

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The rollout of the new features began on Wednesday (29/6/2022) and is expected to be completed within the next two weeks. Users of Google Workspace will have direct access to the “Also Invited” panel and enhanced chat options Default, where the calendar event is created. Google has confirmed that there are no admin restrictions for the new feature.

The update will be available to all Google Workspace customers except Essentials and Enterprise Essentials customers and individual users. The change comes less than two weeks after Google announced the addition of picture-in-picture for Meet in Chrome, as the company continues to invest in video conferencing suites for personal and business users.

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