Google Meet will let you create breakout rooms within your video calls

Google Meet is adding a feature that could make large group calls a lot more useful for educators. Within the next couple of days, teachers using the Enterprise for Education tier of Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite), will be able to create breakout rooms within video calls, allowing them to divide participants into smaller groups. The feature will arrive on other versions of Google Workspace “later this year.” To begin a call, tap on the Activities button and select Breakout Rooms. Organizers are able to create up to 100 rooms in a call. By default, call participants are… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google

Google Meet will let you create breakout rooms within your video calls

Google Meet is adding a feature that could make large group calls a lot more useful for educators. Within the next couple of days, teachers using the Enterprise for Education tier of Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite), will be able to create breakout rooms within video calls, allowing them to divide participants into smaller groups. The feature will arrive on other versions of Google Workspace “later this year.” To begin a call, tap on the Activities button and select Breakout Rooms. Organizers are able to create up to 100 rooms in a call. By default, call participants are…

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