Google Meet is fixing One of the biggest problems with video calls
A recent Google Meet upgrade may soon solve one of the main issues with video conversations. In order to potentially put a stop to deafening greetings, the video conferencing service has stated that it will now automatically adjust the volume of meeting participants joining a session. According to Google Workspace, the modification was made in response to earlier problems that appeared when meeting attendees dialed in using various devices, causing “discrepancies in volume.”
Google stated in its announcement that the change should result in “smoother meetings, with fewer disruptions.” Users must make sure that Google Meet’s noise-canceling features are switched on because they are typically set on by default in business and enterprise accounts. Before joining a conference, other users can enable this by selecting the More options > Settings > Audio > Noise Cancelling option.
Customers with Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, the Teaching and Learning Upgrade, Frontline, and Individual plans for Google Workspace are eligible for the update, which is currently rolling out. Google Meet already adjusts the lighting for each participant before a call starts, making everyone look better.
Google Meet’s ability to distinguish between backdrop and foreground has recently improved thanks to the service’s expansion of this function. This results in a much cleaner effect when using features like light adjustment and background blur. This happened at the same time as the launch of a new Meet settings panel that lets users quickly access effects like background blur, background images, and styles before and during a video call.
Recently, Google Meet made it simpler to share your video stream, which means launching online presentations or team meetings should go much more smoothly in the future. It also now allows users to share their own video feed with other users.