Even with limits on time, participants and features, the free edition of Google Meet still makes a compelling choice for video conferencing
Compared with Google Meet in paid Google Workspace editions, the free edition of Google Meet lacks features. It omits recording capabilities and limits you to meetings of up to 100 people that last no more than 60 minutes. With the paid versions, you can host larger meetings (up to 250 people) that last longer (up to 24 hours), and you may record those meetings, as well. Paid editions also let people dial-in, conduct polls and use breakout rooms.
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But I’m not sure that all of those so-called limitations mean much. Here’s a look at five of the key features and functions offered in the free version of Google Meet.
Time limit: 60 minutes
Free Google Meet sessions end after 60 minutes, while…