Present from a Chrome Browser tab for high-quality video and audio
With Chrome, images and videos are high-definition (HD), making slides with embedded visuals easier to view. You can also hide sensitive information on your screen by presenting from one Chrome Browser tab using Meet.
See as many participants as possible in a meeting
When you’re in a video meeting, Meet automatically switches the layout to display the most active content and participants. You can also choose a different screen layout. For example, if a lot of people are sharing ideas, you might want to use the tiled option so you can see as many participants as possible.
Let participants know the meeting will be recorded
As a best practice, before your video meeting starts, inform participants that you’ll record the meeting. You can add a note to the Calendar invite or announce it before you start recording the meeting.
Use live captions to show conversation text
Make video meetings more accessible for users who are deaf and hard-of-hearing by using captions in Meet. When you turn on captions, they’re visible only on your device. If other participants in the meeting want to see captions, they have to turn them on for their devices as well. Captions are available in English only.
Send a chat message to raise a topic or chime in
You can establish a cue for taking turns to speak using the built-in chat in Meet. Share links to discussion items or submit questions during a presentation without interrupting the speaker—then answer all the questions in the following Q&A session.