Finding out where your last presentations left off can be a lot easier thanks to the new one google docs Modernization.
The company noted in a Google Workspace update that “meeting transcripts automatically capture the meeting discussion, making it easy to follow up afterward or serve as a record.” Blog Posts (Opens in a new tab) Announcing the feature.
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The feature will be turned on by default, with attendees seeing a notification telling them that texts are active before joining the call.
Once done, the written file will be saved to the host’s “Meeting Recordings” folder in Google Drive, similar to meeting recordings.
For meetings with less than or equal to 200 invitees, the meeting host, co-hosts, or text initiator will receive a link to the transcription document via E-mail After the meeting ends. In addition, the text will be automatically attached to the associated calendar invitation for the meeting.
for greater video conferencing For meetings (those with more than 200 people), copies will be shared only with the meeting organizers, host, co-hosts, and individual users who have requested it. For recurring meetings, new transcript documents will be constantly added to the calendar invitation.
Now available to Google Meet users on desktop and laptop computers, but only in English for now, it will be offered to Google Workspace Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Starter, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, Teaching and Learning Upgrade customers.
However, users with personal Google accounts, or existing users of Google Workspace Essentials, Business Starter, Education Standard, Enterprise Essentials, Education Fundamentals, Frontline and Nonprofits, as well as old G Suite Basic and Business customers will only be able to use it until right Now.
Google Meet also made it recently Easier to share your video feedWhich means that starting online presentations or starting team meetings should soon involve less stress, and it also allows all participants to share their video feed with anyone else.