Internet search giant Google has rolled out support for becoming a part of Google Meet video calls, right from Gmail. The feature is gradually rolling out to Gmail users who have a work or school account. G suite users will be able to find the option to both start and join a Google video meeting through their Gmail window. They will find a new section — labelled ‘Meet’ — on the left side of the window. Readers must note that this feature is currently only available in Gmail on the web and is expected to be rolled out to mobile soon. “With more and more people working and learning from home, we want to make it easier for you to connect and keep things moving forward. With Meet in Gmail, you can easily start or join a meeting in seconds. Our goal is to help you follow the flow of the day, seamlessly switching between email and video meetings—whichever form of communication you need,” said Google. Starting a video call on Gmail When a user wants to start a video call on Gmail, he/she first has to ensure that the browser has permissions to turn on both the camera and… Read full this story
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