Google Meet Adds More Controls to the Picture-in-Picture Window

Google Meet has recently rolled out a new update that allows users to do more from the picture-in-picture window. Now, you can mute or unmute your microphone, turn on or off your camera, and end or leave the call from the floating window. You can also resize, reposition, or minimize the window as you wish.

This update is aimed at improving the user experience and productivity of Google Meet, especially for those who multitask during video calls. You can now easily switch between different tabs or apps without losing sight of your meeting. You can also interact with your meeting participants without opening the full-screen mode.

To use this feature, you need to have the latest version of Google Chrome browser on your computer. You also need to enable the picture-in-picture option in the Google Meet settings. Once you do that, you can start or join a video call and enjoy the new functionality.

Google Meet is one of the most popular video conferencing platforms in the world, with over 3 billion minutes of video calls per day. It offers high-quality audio and video, live captions, screen sharing, breakout rooms, polls, Q&A, and more. It is also integrated with other Google products like Gmail, Calendar, Chat, and Workspace.

If you haven’t tried Google Meet yet, you can sign up for free and start hosting or joining meetings with up to 100 participants. You can also upgrade to a paid plan for more features and benefits. Google Meet is constantly adding new features and improvements to make your online meetings more engaging and productive. Stay tuned for more updates from Google Meet!

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