Google Meet gets a redesign, a data-saving option, and more

Google has introduced new features and enhancements for Meet as the video conferencing platform remains an integral part of working from home. He also extended the free Google Meet service until September this year. Google has now announced new updates for Meet. Gets a refreshed online look, new features and wallpapers.

The redesign of the Google Meet video conferencing platform gives a more spacious look. The redesign gives users more space to watch content and other people’s video feeds while watching and sharing content with others. This will be available next month. Google will also allow users to pin more tiles so users can customize what they focus on during their Meet calls. This feature will be introduced in the coming months. Google Meet will also automatically detect low-light backgrounds and automatically adjust brightness. This feature will be introduced at Google Meet on the web in the coming weeks.

Google Meet redesign

Google Meet redesign (Google)

Google also allows users to resize, resize, or hide their video feed while chatting. Google said this feature was introduced based on user feedback to “concentrate better and often feel less tired” when not seen while talking during a Meet call.

Google Meet also gets a ‘Data Saving’ option on your mobile device this month. As the name suggests, this feature will restrict the use of data on mobile networks during Meet calls. Google said it would be useful in countries like India, Indonesia and Brazil where data costs can be high.

Lastly, you can choose from three new wallpapers in Google Meet – Classroom, Fun, and Forest. Google said it would add more wallpapers soon.