Google Meet with Duo, and Integration with Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides starts for everyone.
Starting with Google Duo’s Meet started merging. To makes things simple, two of Google’s communication apps merged, Duo and Meet. Today they have started rolling out to all users, and all the users will receive a welcome greet overviewing the transitions.
The duo is still active, and Google likely needs more time to finish the final phase. On the other hand, Google also kick-off the Google Meet integration across Google Suit (Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.) This will allow you to chat with your shared partner while working on the documents.
This takes to the next level, and the collaborative workspace gives more power to the Google Suit. Additionally, Google Meet supports PIP (Picture-In-Picture) Mode in the Chrome browser. This means you can pop out the Meet window while working on your documents.
On top of that, a new Noise Suppression enhances the overall experience. Google also announced a new feature to make communication safer with encryption. Meanwhile, Now you can share your Private calls to up to 100,000 People via Livestream.
How to use Google Meet on Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides
- Launch your Google Docs, Sheets, or Slide on your Browser.
- Click on the Meet icon placed on the upper-right corner of the screen.
- Now it will ask you whether you want to Join or Create a meeting; choose accordingly.
- Once you enter the meeting, You can also share the Documents by clicking on the Share screen icon.
- That is it!
This addition makes the remote working scenario more effortlessly. This feature was first announced last year in I/O 2021 as Smart Canvas. This feature is available globally and has started rolling out; you can expect this to appear on your Google Suit anytime soon.