Google Meetings Meetings will now be streamed to your TV, Google has added this feature

Google Meet has introduced Chromecast support, which allows users to stream their meetings live on TV. With Chromecast support, users will be able to attend their meetings, video chat with friends, online lectures on the big screen, and attend classes. In addition, Chromecast comes built into all Android TV models, allowing you to cast your official meeting on Android TV devices. Let me tell you, a few months ago, Google introduced Nest Hub Max Smart Display, after which the company came up with this new feature. Google says it will bring this new feature to the right users in the next few days.

The new feature will work with Chromecast, Chromecast Ultra and second generation Chromecast devices.

However, it is very important to mention here that if you are able to attend your meeting on TV with new features, you will need to use your computer and smartphone for the camera and microphone. Because of this, you can’t go too far during a video call.

We tell you, Google started group calls to Google Meet and Google Duo via Nest Hub Max in late June.

How to use Google Meet on Chromecast

To use this feature, you must have a Google Account and remember that your Google Chrome has been updated to the latest version. Also make sure your Chromecast device has the latest firmware installed. Follow these steps to start Chromecast before joining the online meeting.

1. Open your meeting using the Meet app or Google Calendar and then cast this meeting Cast

2. In the Cast tab, select the device you want to use

3. To navigate during a meeting, tap the three dot menus below and select Cast this meeting.

4. At the same time, click on the menu again to close the inglai and choose Stop Casting Meeting.

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