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Mastering Google Meet Table of Contents

Introduction………………………………………………………………………………. 5

Google Meet 101………………………………………………………………………. 8

How to Start a Meeting……………………………………………………………. 14

Joining a Meeting……………………………………………………………………. 16

Adding People to a Meeting…………………………………………………….. 20

Changing the Layout………………………………………………………………… 22

Adding Captions………………………………………………………………………. 25

Useful Controls………………………………………………………………………… 27

Final Words…………………………………………………………………………….. 32

Resources………………………………………………………………………………… 34

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Introduction

Virtual meet-ups are a great way to connect with friends and family regardless of distance or how busy life can be. With the current climate, being able to contact family through video conference services has become even more important.

But here’s the problem:

Video-conferencing can seem rather intimidating at first, especially if you haven’t used it often, if at all.

There are so many features, options and settings that it’s easy to get confused and overwhelmed. But the truth is, it’s nowhere near as difficult as it may look.

In fact, you’ll be able to master services like Google Meet with no prior knowledge just by reviewing the information contained in this special report!

Why do so many people prefer Google Meet?

To start, they offer a free version with the option to upgrade for as little as $8/month. And Google Meet provides you with advanced security ensuring that you and your loved ones can communicate without concern of interference.

And since Google Meet integrates with Gmail and Google Calendar, it’s easy to stay organized as well as set reminders so you never miss a call.

But Google Meet does so much more than that! In this special report, we’ll cover everything you need to know about this popular platform so you can take advantage of its many benefits with connecting with friends and family.

Let’s begin!

Google Meet 101

Getting started with Google Meet is as easy as going to meet.google.com. You can use your computer or laptop, your tablet, or even a smartphone.

You can access Google Meet via a web browser from your computer or you can download the Google Meet mobile app, available on both Google Play and the App Store.

Note: You’ll need to sign in with an existing Google account or you can create one free in just a few minutes.

Once signed in, you’ll be able to either start a new meeting or copy/paste a meeting code someone has given you to join an existing meeting.

You can also visit the settings link at the top right and check your audio and video levels to make sure you look and sound your best, prior to joining or creating a call. 

And just so you’re fully aware, Google Meet’s free option gives you up to 60 minutes of screen time per session, with up to 100 participants. There are also other options, with longer meetings and more participants but you’ll need to upgrade your account to access those features.

Here’s what you get with a free basic account:

• You can use Meet from a browser or mobile app.
• You can send invites to up to 100 friends and family.
• You can see English subtitles whenever anyone speaks.
• You can share your computer screen with everyone in the meeting.
• You can adjust the layout of your virtual meeting room for your convenience.

If you’d like to start your own room, simply click on the “New Meeting” link. This will bring up a choice of three options. We’ll talk about the other two later – for now let’s focus on “instant meeting.”

Click that and you’ll be asked to allow Google Meet to share your microphone and video camera. This is essential because without these permissions, nobody can see or hear you.

Once you give your permission, you’ll see yourself on the screen inside your meeting room.

Your room will look a lot like the old “Brady Bunch” TV show opening. It will show a tile or thumbnail image of everyone in the room. It will also have various features at the top and bottom of your video image.

The most important options are at the center bottom. These are the microphone, the “leave call” button, and the video camera.

Clicking on the microphone once will mute you, which means no one will be able to hear you or anything going on around you.

You’ll know if you are muted because the button will be bright red with a line through the microphone icon. Just click it a second time to un-mute so you can speak.

The “Leave Call” button is how to end your participation, so don’t click that until you’re ready to exit. And the video button turns your camera on and off.

This is useful if you have to do something else where you’re able to remain on the call but not the camera. When your camera is off, others in the room will either see a blank screen with your name, or your profile image, if you have added one to your Google account.

Another useful button is available at the top right of your screen: the chat button.

It looks like a little cartoon speech bubble and when you click it, the chat screen will pop up to the side of your room. You can type whatever you need to say at the bottom, then either hit your “enter” key, or the little arrow symbol beside your words.

Chat is useful when sharing information like web links or comments you don’t necessarily want to interrupt the speaker with.

There’s another little button beside the chat. That looks like 2 little heads beside each other and clicking that reveals a list of everyone who’s in the room and on the chat screen.

Once you’ve gotten the hang of entering and leaving the room, and can mute and unmute yourself, you’re ready to go.

Now, let’s look at some basic and more advanced tips and tricks for Google Meet.

 

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  1. Subject: Phoning In to Google Meet
  2. Subject: Google Meet Screen Sharing
  3. Subject: Recording a Meeting in Google Meet
  4. Subject: Scheduling a Meeting in Google Meet
  5. Subject: Google Meet’s Whiteboard
  6. Subject: Troubleshooting Tips for Google Meet
  7. Subject: Using Attachments in Google Meet

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Subject: Using Attachments in Google Meet

Hi there!

In our previous email, we talked about some troubleshooting
tips for Google Meet.

Today we’ll discuss using attachments in Google Meet.

Have you ever wanted to share a file with friends and family,
only to realize you forgot to attach the file to your last email?

Google Meet has you covered with the attachment feature.

You can attach any sort of file when you schedule your Google
Meet meeting so that everyone can access the file.

Google Meet has a Calendar Integration so that anything you
attach to your Calendar Invite will be delivered to your meeting
participants.

And it’s just as easy as any of the other Google Meet features,
too.

Just start your meeting, then look at the bottom left of the screen.

Click on the meetings title and you’ll see all the meeting’s
details – plus a tab to the right for “Attachments.”

Click on the link attachments to open your files.

Tell everyone else to do the same. This way, instead of trying
to share your screen and ask people to copy down information,
they have everything you’ve put into the file for them.

If you’re using an Android device, open Google Meet and join
or start a meeting.

On the top left, tap the video call name. Then in the “About
This Call” window, then to share information via email, text, or
other messaging apps, tap the “People” tab and then “Share
Joining Info” (it looks like three dots joined in a <).

If you’ve got an iPhone or iPad, open your Meet app and join
or start a meeting. On the top left, next to the video call name,
tap the Right Arrow.

In the “About This Call” window, to share information via
email, text, or other messaging app, tap the “People” tab
and then “Share Joining Info” (it looks like a box with an
arrow leading upward).

Another easy-to-use feature is the poll.

If you’re the moderator of the meeting, you can create a poll
and let everyone vote.

You’ll then get an email with the poll results, including the
names of everyone who voted.

Once you’re in a video meeting, go to the top and click
“Activities.”

Next, click “Polls” and “Start a Poll.” Enter a question and
add options for the answer.

Then, you can post your poll by clicking “Launch” or save it
for later by clicking “Save.” You can find saved polls under “Polls.”

To participate in a poll, click “Activities” and “Polls.”

Select your response – careful, you can’t change it later! – and
click “Vote.”

If you’re moderating, you can also let everyone see the results
of the poll by clicking Activities > Polls > “Show Everyone the
Results.”

To close the poll, just hit “End the Poll.”

We hope you’ve enjoyed our Google Meet tips and tricks.

More tips and strategies regarding using Google Meet as well
as other topics are coming so stay tuned!

Until then,

{Your Name Here}

 

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