There was already an option to pin a video feed in Google Meet, now picture-in-picture support is also being given in it. After the update of the new features, users can watch up to 4 video tiles in a meeting.
Google Meet New Update: Google has announced that it is offering Picture-in-Picture (PiP) support in its video conferencing app Google Meet. Enabling this new feature picture-in-picture is quite easy. On calls in Google Meet, users can right-click during the conference and select “Open picture-in-picture”. By doing this the video call window will pop out immediately without the need for the support of the secondary extension.
Google first talked about this new feature in March. Although it took some time to bring it. These changes are going to be included in the recent update of the video calling service Google Meet. In addition, Google provides more features; Eg:- Automatically removing reverberations apart from background noise.
Host and cohost are now given three options when removing participants from the call
- Simply remove the user from the call – With this option, you can remove the user directly during the call.
- Fill out an additional abuse report – With the help of this, you can report any user for hate speech or abuse.
- And/or block the user from rejoining- Under this, you can block the user.
According to the information, Google Meet has started providing features like PiP and multi-pinning to the users. It is available for all Google Workspace users as well as older G Suite Basic, Personal Google Account, and Business users.