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Use case Designed for small- to mid-sized teams to host better meetings with productive meeting features built right into the call. Basic video conferencing tool that's best for G Suite users who want to have quick internal meetings.
Meeting management
Agendas and resources Access timed meeting agendas right in the call, with resources and speaker assignments. With Google Meet, you must share your screen and open another tab with a document that has your agenda.
Collaborative notes Take collaborative notes right in your meeting, where you can see participants and work together to capture ideas. Easily export your work when you’re done. Google Meet users must share their screen and open a tab with their document if they want to have a meeting and edit a document at the same time.
Multiple screenshares Multiple participants can share their screen at once, making it easier to collaborate. Multiple screenshares are allowed but they are hidden behind the participant panel.
Syncing with Google Calendar Meetings can be created and managed from wherever you schedule them and edits stay in sync. Whether you want it to or not, Google Meet is forcefully added to any meeting event you schedule using Google Calender.
Custom meeting names Create memorable meeting rooms for recurring meetings, projects, or clients. There is no way to create custom URLs for meetings.
Meeting controls Hosts and participants can democratically manage meetings and mute states. Participants are stuck waiting for the host to let them into meetings.
Cloud-based recording Cloud-based recordings that you can access, download, and share with others. The recording feature is only available if you have a paid G Suite account.
Build connections
Game Keep early attendees engaged and foster friendly competition before meetings start. Early attendees in Google Meet meetings are stuck waiting around and can’t interact with others in team-building activities.
Teammate details Get to know your meeting participants better and understand their contributions in context of their background or expertise. Google Meet doesn't allow users to change their profile during a meeting.
Emoji reactions Use a wide range of reactions with auditory notifications to express how you really feel. Google Meet doesn't support any non-verbal feedback, so even trivial contributions require unmuting.
Statuses Designed to fit naturally into meetings with visual cues and auditory notifications. Google Meet offers no indication of status, so you're stuck guessing whether someone is away from their computer.
Web-based meetings No device-specific app downloads, anyone can host or join meetings from the browser. No device-specific app downloads, anyone can host or join meetings from the browser.
No sign-up requirements Anyone can start a free, public meeting on and share the link to invite guests. Hosts are required to sign in to their G Suite account, which makes meetings a more time-consuming process.

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