Android: integration of Meet service in Gmail

Google announced in June that it will begin integrating the Meet conferencing service into the Gmail app on Android and iOS devices.

The development of this feature went ahead for the iOS version of the application and was released last week. The company announced that today the distribution on Android devices begins.

With the integration, users will be able to easily participate in video conferencing directly from Gmail to Android.

Μια ειδική καρτέλα του Meet θα επιτρέπει στους χρήστες να ν το πρόγραμμά τους, να συμμετέχουν σε μια σύσκεψη, να δημιουργούν μια νέα σύσκεψη και πολλά άλλα χωρίς να χρειάζεται εναλλαγή μεταξύ των εφαρμογών. Οι χρήστες μπορούν επίσης να χρησιμοποιήσουν έναν κωδικό που τους έδωσαν για να συμμετάσχουν σε μια σύσκεψη.

The integration is part of a broader company plan to make Gmail a central communication application. As part of these efforts, the company is redesigning the Gmail application for business customers.

Οι χρήστες του G Suite θα δουν περισσότερες να προστίθενται στην εφαρμογή, όπως ενοποίηση των Chat και Rooms. Η καρτέλα Meet θα είναι διαθέσιμη για όλους τους χρήστες από προεπιλογή, αλλά όσοι θέλουν να την απενεργοποιήσουν μπορούν να το κάνουν από τις ρυθμίσεις και την επιλογή “Εμφάνιση της καρτέλας Meet για βιντεοκλήσεις”.

The integration is currently available to all G Suite users as well as anyone with a Google Account. The availability is gradual and it may take up to 15 days for the full availability of the feature to everyone.

Google has done it free service for all consumers by 30 September. However, after this date some features of the application may be restricted to G Suite accounts. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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