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Google Meet For All

Coming to Gmail in the next few weeks

In Google Meet video conferencing is now free for anybody, Dieter Kohn reports on a recent Google announcement:

Google is opening up its Google Meet videoconferencing service to anybody who wants to use it, instead of just offering it to enterprise and education customers via G Suite. The company says anybody with a Google account will now be able to create free meetings of up to 100 people that can last any amount of time — though after September 30th it may restrict meeting length to 60 minutes.




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