Google Meet now lets you stream meetings live on YouTube

Google Meet now lets you stream meetings live on YouTube

Google Meet has been receiving important updates that seek to put it ahead of rivals like Microsoft Teams and Zoom, for example. Last Wednesday (20), the application received a new function that allows meeting administrators to create polls with the possibility of anonymous response, as in Forms.

In addition to this novelty, the developer has also started to release integration between Meet and YouTube, allowing the streaming platform to be used to broadcast live video conferences reaching more viewers, a useful feature during virtual lectures or public workshops, for example. .

According to information from Google, for the time being the functionality is limited to business accounts that subscribe to Workplace profiles, a paid modality that brings extra tools for corporate accounts, unlocking new functions for managing registered profiles and services offered.

Although the novelty allows broadcasting the content live, Google explains that it has adopted security measures so that the video to the video does not leak on the Internet and be affected by participants who were not invited. For this, administrators must request the transmission 24 hours in advance.

Meeting on Google Meet. (Image: Reproduction).

Unlike other ads, in this one Google has not attached images or videos that demonstrate how the Meet and YouTube integration works. If we consider the latest app updates, we can see that the developer is looking to integrate all of its apps.

With this implementation, Google may be looking to create an ecosystem aimed not only at Android OS users, but also at other people.

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