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You can no longer use a low battery as an excuse in Meet

Over the past year, the number of video calls has recently increased dramatically in our lives. So, if you were using excuses such as low battery to get out of video calls, you are not alone. However, if you’ve been using that reason for dropping off Google Meet calls, you’ll need to come up with something soon. Due to the upcoming Google Meet cache mode, low battery excuses will no longer go away.

Google Meet backup mode, when turned on, reduces the amount of data you use, saves battery, and reduces CPU performance. This save mode switch can be found under the Settings menu in Google Meet. Going forward, it is very likely that you will be asked to change this mode before receiving a video call, and thus say you are running out of battery in the middle of it will no longer work as an excuse.

Apart from this, some new features have recently been added to the Google Meet app including power, on Android devices, poll polls and other safety features for educational users. After that there is the option to close the Google Meet video conference from iOS.

The Q&A feature on Google Meet is available to certain users using Google Workspace programs such as Essentials, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise, Educations Plus (available to licensed ‘teacher’ and ‘student’ users and users of G Suite Business. At Google Meet now, up to 250 member groups can enter the video conference simultaneously and real-time captions provided by Google on these phones To get people to join the call you can share a link or add individual members to your list.No one can join a meeting unless invited or approved by the manager.

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