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Google Meet Help Centre

Google Meet is an online video and voice conferencing application that provides a simple streamlined interface for small and large teams to meet virtually using a web browser, mobile device or a meeting room. This new dedicated video conferencing app integrates Calendar and Hangouts making it easy to communicate and collaborate.

  • Easy-to-join video meetings using unique shareable links
  • Join a meeting using a dial in phone number
  • Join meetings directly from Calendar or an email invite
  • Present your screen during a video meeting

  Learn how to use Google Meet with the Google Meet Guide

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To access the Meet app:

Video calls on Google Meet can be useful for holding online meetings when in-person meetings aren’t possible. In Google Meet, you can also dial in or dial out using a phone to join meetings (you will only have voice capabilities in the dial in/out option). Video calls are similar to other tools available at Ryerson such as Adobe Connect, but with fewer features. If you have a camera and microphone for your computer or device, you can start a video call with up to 250 participants and share your screen.

Hangouts still exists but will strictly be used for text based chat and phone calls. Google Meet will be a dedicated video conferencing app instead of being part of classic Hangouts. After August 13, 2018 Calendar events will include options to create Meet meetings and all classic Hangouts links will become inactive.