The video-conferencing app Google Meet has announced that the free version of the app will only host users for 60 minutes and no more. However, this new rule will be applicable only from 30 September.
Along with the cap on meetings, Google will also limit access to some advanced G-Suite features, such as allowing more than 250 participants, live streaming, and Google to save meeting recordings, The Verge Report claims.
“We have nothing to communicate regarding the expiry of the promo and advanced features. If this changes, we’ll be sure to let you know. “Google told The Verge.
However, users who do not wish to upgrade to the paid version can continue to use the free version with a limit on meetings. If the user is not ready to pay for more meetings, it will not be difficult to end a meeting in 60 minutes.
Google Meet and other video conferencing platforms such as Zoom have been on high demand during the coronavirus epidemic. Google Meet and Zoom have crossed the 100 million mark in terms of daily participants.
Earlier, Google launched a new feature in its Meet app where users can see up to 49 people simultaneously. Views of up to 49 people can be enabled in tiled and auto layouts. However, this feature is available on the web.
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