Popular video communication platform Google Meet, a native application by google, has come up with a major upgrade that fixes an ongoing issue that people joining the meeting from home frequently encounter.
You may have experienced the annoying sound of a user’s voice echo, or your own voice echo when you were part of a Google Meet call. Google has announced that Google Meet will be able to inform you if you are echoing while you speak. Simply put, the other participants will not need to inform you that you are echoing. Instead, Meet will notify you via a brief pop-up.
Google has also added tools to remove echo, but it can’t say the same for microphones and desktop speakers as they cause audio to be fed back into the call. The warning appears in two forms: a red dot on Meet and notification as well as a text alert.
The meet will notify you by clicking on the notification. You can fix the echo by changing to headphones, muting your mic, or lowering the volume.
The rollout of this echo warnings feature to G Suite Basic and Business customers will take approximately 15 days.
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