Google to add background blur, captioning, and low-light mode to Meet video calls

Google Meet is developing several new features that can be compared to competitors, such as allowing users to add an image or blur to the background of a video call, reported by Google 9to5 Google . On video conferencing platforms competing with Zoom and Microsoft Teams, users can choose their own images or choose from several basic options.

In Google, Verge confirmed that in addition to background blurring and background replacement images, there are real-time captions, low light mode, raising hands, and tile views of up to 49 meeting participants. You can deploy with the consumer version of Meet. The company didn't provide any details about when it could be changed, but 9to5 Google reported that Meet is already previewing some of the features scheduled for training and corporate customers.

Google integration Last time you meet Gmail, you can add a sidebar link in a month and have a meeting with up to 100 people with a Google Account without time limit. I am trying to catch up with the video conferencing juggernaut Zoom, the best video conferencing app for those who work and learn remotely during the Corona Virus epidemic.

Google and Microsoft are starting to catch up with Zoom. Microsoft announced in April that its Teams app has grown to 75 million active users each day. According to Google, the recent Meet surpassed 100 million Meet meeting participants every day.

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