Google Meet to restrict meetings on 30 September to 60 minutes in free schedules.

Google Meet to restrict meetings on 30 September
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In April, Google said that it will allow unrestricted video chat meetings for all users through September 30th of its Google Meet app and looks like the firm is adhering to that timetable. The free versions of the meetings would be limited only to 60 minutes after September 30th.


Anybody with a Google account may build free meetings for up to 100 individuals without any time limit under the extension. Google Meet restrict meetings


The 30th September segment will also include the G Suite and G Suite for educational customers with additional capabilities, including meetings for up to 250 members, live streams for up to 100,000 citizens in a single domain, and the opportunity to download Google Drive meeting videos. Normally, these capabilities are only available to users on G Suite’s “enterprise” stage, costing  $25 USD per user per month.


The meteoric increase of Zoom since the coronavirus pandemic has been followed by Google meetings and by other video conferencing sites, with 100 million users a day in April. Google Meet restrict meetings


Of course, for most people who do not wish to upgrade to a paying meeting schedule, this is a limit of 60 minutes or fewer for phone calls. It isn’t … Seeing the bottom there, really.

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