Hangouts Meet Premium Until September 30, 2020
In response to COVID-19, Google made the advanced features for Google Meet available to all Google users for free. However, the following features will end on September 30, 2020.
- Larger meetings for up to 250 participants
- Live streaming for up to 100K viewers within your domain
Google has extended the ability to record Google Meet sessions until they release a temporary recording tool which will allow recordings to be available for 30 days.
Google Meet is video-conferencing and telepresence software. Users in Google Meet can simply send a link to anyone with a Gmail account to invite that person to join them in a meeting. Meet invites created using Google Calendar will now default to Meet. Meet is only available using Google Chrome. You may access the "Google Meet" app via MyUWF.
For further information regarding Google Meet, please visit Google Meet training and help.
What is "Google Meet"?
Google Meet allows you to hold:
- impromptu meetings on the go
- international virtual training classes
- remote interviews
- and more
Google Meet allows a meeting for up to 25 people at a time (unlimited meeting duration).
Please note that Meet may also be used for chat only if audio and video are disabled but it is advised to use Google Chat for university chat communication.
Meet supports the current version and two previous major releases of the following operating systems:
- Ubuntu and other debian-based linux distributions.
Web browser support
Currently, Google Chrome is the only supported internet browser (version must be up-to-date).
- Webcam and Microphone
- Quad Core processor or greater for streaming HD Video
How to create or join a video meeting
Please refer to Google Meet training and help for instructions to start or join a video meeting using your UWF G Suite account.
Mobile Device Support