The gathering mediator will have the option to see the lifted hands in the request that they were brought up in on Google Meet.
- Google Meet members would now be able to lift hands in gatherings
- The component is just accessible on Google Meet for clients with specific plans
- Members and meeting arbitrators can bring down lifted hands
- Google Meet Adds Feature to Allow Users to Virtually Raise Hands in Meetings
- The Raise Hand highlight on Google Meet has begun turning out for qualified clients
Google Meet has presented a component that will let members essentially lift their hand in gatherings to pose inquiries or demonstrate that they need to talk. The component comes as a Raise Hand button situated on the lower part of the screen during a gathering. If more than one member utilizes the component, the gathering arbitrator will have the option to see the lifted hands in the request that they were brought up in, so the inquiries can be tended to as needs are.
On squeezing the Raise Hand button during a gathering on Google Meet, it will transform into a Lower Hand button that the member can later use to ‘lower’ their hands, clarified Google in a blog entry. Meeting arbitrators will likewise have the alternative of bringing down a particular individual’s hand or bringing down all hands. If the arbitrator brings down your hand, you will get a notice.
All members are advised when somebody lifts their hand and the symbol shows up on the member’s self-see too. The element is accessible to qualified clients on Android, iOS, and the Web. The component has begun turning out and could take as long as about fourteen days to arrive at all clients. Google Meet opponent Zoom as of now has a component that lets clients lift hands in a gathering.
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At the point when a member lifts their hand on Google Meet, the gathering mediator will see a hand symbol in the video review. If the arbitrator is on another tab and doesn’t have the Google Meet tab open, they will get a sound notification when a member taps on the Raise Hand button.
The Raise hand include isn’t accessible to clients with individual Google accounts, Workspace Business Starter plans, or G Suite Basic clients. It is turning out for clients with Workspace Essentials, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, just as G Suite Business, Education, Enterprise for Education, and Nonprofits plans.