Google has added a new feature to the Meet app, which will allow the meeting to be streamed on YouTube.
Google Meet is getting integration with other products of the company.
This service can be run through the Admin, and full security has been taken care of in it.
Google is adding a new feature to its Meet app so that users can livestream meetings on its streaming platform YouTube. According to the report, Google Meet is getting more integration with other Google products. Here we are telling you about YouTube, because the company is allowing users to livestream their meetings on the video streaming platform from Meet.
This service is being allowed to run through an Admin who can go to the Activity panel of a particular meeting on the Meet app and select the Live Streaming option. They can select the channel of the meeting from which the live stream is done.
Google says live streaming is useful in situations where users want to present information to more people outside their organization. This allows them to pause and play again as needed, or to view the presentation at a later time.
This feature will be introduced in steps
The new feature will be rolled out step by step. The first is ‘Rapid Release’, this feature has been started for select domains from July 21. While the second rollout will last for 15 days and will start from July 25.
Google states that the live stream process has to go through a process to ensure that there are approved meetings available to go live on YouTube. For this, YouTube will need the specific meeting channel to be approved before the live stream can start on YouTube.
Users cannot live stream the session by simply clicking on the meeting link. The company says that Google wants to full-proof the system before people start abusing its purpose.