Google Meet finally rolls out email-enabled joining and AI powered Live Captions

Google Meet is now available directly on the bottom left of your Gmail account. It also has AI-enabled live captions and features like low-light mode.

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Google Meet adds new features

Google built the Google Meet software as a part of G Suite and G Suite for Education. It is available for free to everyone. Google Meet reported a record 30x usage post this lockdown. Over 30 million people video-conference daily on the app and it adds over 3 million new users every day.


That is the reason, Google Meet offered its features to all for free. Roughly two weeks ago, Google had announced that, soon, the Meet feature would be available directly through Gmail. Now, the idea has become truth and the feature is accessible via Gmail.

You can directly log in at for free or begin a meeting from the bottom left of your Gmail. The "Start a meeting" feature will open a new window with a meeting ID and password which you can share. Or, you can plan meetings via Google calendar. Either way, Meet just became simple to use.

Also, initially, this G-Suite feature was paid, but it is available for free to anyone having a Gmail ID.


Also Read: Teach From Home: Google launches temporary portal to help teachers and school amid lockdown

Another new feature that Google Meet Added

The company said in a blog:


We know video meetings can be challenging to follow for those with hearing loss. Which is why we made sure AI-powered automatic live captioning was available to everyone.

The software also has AI-enabled live captions. These will help you have more control over Meet and listen better. Google AI has also made it possible to provide helpful features like low-light mode. This will automatically adjust your video to make you more visible to others.

How to use Google Meet?


- Google Meet is available for free for everyone at and on iOS or Android.

- If you have an existing Google Account, i.e an ID, you can sign in at

- Also, if you don’t have a free Google Account, you can connect your work ID to Google and start. Creating a new ID, too, barely takes 5 minutes.


- Finally, you can for G-Meet right in Gmail.

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