Meet: Free unlimited video calls until March

Meet: Free unlimited video calls until March
This is the news that many were waiting for: Google Meet will not introduce any limit to the duration of video calls for a few months, until March 2021. We remind you that today, September 30th, the expiry of that period granted last spring was set. to access the premium feature of the platform without putting your wallet.

Google Meet: premium features for everyone

So you won't have to deal with the 60-minute ceiling: every meeting it can last up to 24 hours. All you need is a free Gmail account. We report in translated form below what we read in a post that appeared on the official blog.

As we approach the holiday season with fewer trips planned for family reunions, parent-teacher meetings and ceremonies, we want to continue to help those who rely on Meet to stay connected in the coming months. As a testament to our commitment, today we are making Meet's unlimited calls (up to 24 hours) available in the free version until March 31, 2021 for Gmail accounts.

Yet another testimony to how bigG is betting on the platform , among the most used both in the business field for smart working and in the school world for distance learning (or integrated digital teaching as it is now called).

Starting from tomorrow they should only be reserved to premium accounts, other features such as the ability to involve up to 250 people in a single meeting, live broadcasting to an audience of up to 100,000 spectators and direct saving of meetings or lessons on Drive.

Among the new features that the Mountain View group recently introduced in Google Meet are automatic noise cancellation on mobile devices, background blurring to hide what's behind you during video calls and an unprecedented layout of the interface showing 49 users at the same time, especially suitable for classes and for those who have to interact with large groups.

Source: Google

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