Premium Workspace Tiers can now support upto 500 participants on Google Meet

One of the consequences of quarantine and work-from-home during the Covid-19 pandemic has been an exponential increase of users of Google Meet and other video conferencing platforms. In order to accommodate the growing demands, Google Meet has decided to extend the number of participants allowed in a video meeting to 500 for specific Workspace tiers. Thus, very soon, users of Google Workspace Business, Education Plus, Enterprise Plus, and Enterprise Standard will be able to host meetings with up to 500 members. Google Meet’s meetings are not to be confused with live streams, which allows an audience of up to 100,00.

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New RSVP Options For Google Calendar

A new option in the RSVP menu of Google Calendar has been introduced. This option will show the users whether they have to attend a meeting virtually or in person. It will be seen beside the option that indicates if the recipient will be present physically for the meeting. According to Google the reason for this change is, it will make the Google Calendar more useful for users in the hybrid workplace model. Just last month, a better hand-raising feature was introduced in Google Meet so that users could better view and acknowledge raised hands. Also, through this, the commotion going on in online meetings could be reduced to a great extent.

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New Visual Tweaks For Google Contacts

Google Contacts is getting some changes in its design and more information which will be useful for people who use a company account. Recently Google brought in a number of changes for the Google Workspace and the changes to Google Contacts just after this. The visual changes include Contact details to open on a full page instead of a pop-up view that allows users to see the list of people in the background.

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Google Workspace Can Now Be Used By All Gmail Users

Google has come up with a major announcement. Google has announced that it will be expanding its Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite) services to all its users who have a Google account. According to the company, this new opportunity will let the users have a unified experience with just one account. This means that the customers having free service will now be able to enjoy some of those tools that were initially available with premium tiers.

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