Google has announced that its platform Meet will allow users to create group sessions of Youtube Y Spotify to interact with content in real time, as well as play games like Kahoot! during video calls.
The company announced in early June its intention to merge two of their communication services, Duo and Meetwith the aim of creating a single free videoconferencing platform.
As he announced then, the features currently present in Meet would be integrated into Duo, such as the possibility of scheduling and creating meetings or interacting by video with groups of up to 100 participants and without a time limit.
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A few days ago Google Duo received a new update in its version for iOS and Android, at which time Google recalled that Meet would not disappear, but would be renamed Google Meet (original) and would present a new logo during the process of merging both platforms. .
Now the technology has announced the launch of the new Google Meet live sharing. This allows all participants in a meeting to interact with the content that is shared.
In this way, they can join collaborative sessions to watch videos on YouTube, play Heads Up!, UNO! Mobile or Kahoot! or play a specific playlist from the Spotify streaming content platform.
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Google has recalled that throughout this month it will be implementing the new icon of the Google Meet application, which will present the corporate colors of the brand, which will first reach mobile phones and tablets. Later, you will experience this change on other devices.
Also, he pointed out that those users who are currently using the Google Meet app will not notice a change in their experienceonly its icon will change to the green color of the Google Meet application (original).