Google Meet is adding support to Chromecast to let your work meetings on your home ‘s largest screen. So now you can cast your meeting into the Chromecast streaming sticks, Android TV, and smart displays for the company.
Google’s decision to add this feature comes a few months after the company launched Meet smart display on Nest Hub Max. Google said the new feature will roll out within the next few days for all eligible users.
“We’re excited to announce that Google Meet has officially started rolling out on Chromecast and will be rolling out to you all over the next couple days. Earlier this year, we launched Google Meet on Nest Hub Max, and it just felt right to expand Meet to even more screens in your home. With more people spending time at home these days, Meet provides the opportunity to stay connected with family, friends, co-workers, and others” wrote Google’s employee Grace Yang on the company’s blog.
How To Cast Your Google Meet Using Chromecast?
Note : You’ll need to update to the latest version of Chrome, and the latest firmware has been updated to your Chromecast device.
- Launch your meeting by using Google Calendar. The Meet app also lets you open a meeting.
- Select “Cast this meeting” option.
- Select the device you wish to stream your meeting in the cast tab.
How To Cast During A Meeting?
- At the bottom right, select the three-dot menu.
- Select the “Cast this meeting” option.
Note: Click the three-dot menu to stop mirroring your meeting, and choose “Stop casting this meeting.”
The company also plans to expand its online classroom program. For example , educational conference moderators will have more controls to manage their virtual classes.