Google Meet is developing some new features that match its competitors, including allowing users to add images or blur effects to the background of video calls. 9to5 Google report. Because they can be used on competitors’ video conferencing platforms Zoom and Microsoft Teams, users can choose their own images or choose from multiple default options.
Google confirmed edge In addition to background blurring and background replacement images, real-time subtitles, low-light mode, manual lifting, and tiled views of up to 49 meeting participants will all be rolled out to the consumer version of Meet. The company did not provide details about when the changes will be available, but 9to5 Google According to reports, Meet has previewed some upcoming features for its education and corporate customers.
Google and Microsoft started to catch up with Zoom. Microsoft said in April that its Teams application has increased to 75 million daily active users. According to Google, Meet recently has more than 100 million Meet participants each day.