Google Meet to introduce meeting time limits similar to Zoom

By Backend Office, Desk Reporter
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Tech giant Google’s video calling application Meet has revealed that meeting on its free version will be limited 60 minutes after September 30.

For individuals who are still working from home, this service of video calling application can be used unlimited until the date.

A Google spokesperson stated that “We don’t have anything to communicate regarding changes to the promo and advanced features expiring. If this changes, we’ll be sure to let you know.”

Till the end of September, users can create an account and use the Google Meet service with up to 100 people with no time limit.

According to the reports, the deadline also applies to other services including access to advanced services for customers of G Suite and G Suite for Education, as well as the ability to allow meetings of up to 250 people, live streams of up to 100,000 individuals within a single domain, and the ability to save recordings of meetings in Google Drive.

These features are typically only accessible to customers on the G Suite “enterprise” tier, which costs $25 per month per user.

Recently, Google Meet had launched its new feature allowing the users to see up to 49 people at a time while video conferencing and offers to blur the background during a video call, which provides them enhanced video calling experiences.