Mid-June, Google reported it’s including a devoted tab for its video calling item, Meet, inside Gmail on both Android and iOS. Half a month later, Google has now reported that the element is presently turning out to iOS clients.
We’re starting to roll out the feature today to iOS, meaning users can join secure video meetings directly from a dedicated Meet tab in the Gmail mobile app on iOS. This feature will be coming soon to Android and we’ll post on the G Suite Updates blog when the rollout begins, Google said in a blog post .
Meet on Gmail will be “ON” of course. Along these lines, in case you’re happy with your other video calling stage and would prefer not to utilize Google Meet, you can off the component inside the applications setting. The switch is accessible under “Meet” and can be killed by deselecting the “Show the Meet tab for video calling” choice.
iOS clients ought to hope to see the element whenever from today through to the following fourteen days because of the steady rollout course of events. So in the event that you detect a Gmail update, that might be “it.”
For Android clients, Google says Meet will be accessible soon, yet no particular timetable has been given at this point.
Google Meet has tagged along route since the start of the year in the midst of the video calling industry blast. It has revealed a huge amount of highlights and is currently accessible for everybody to utilize. Also, it’s presently discovering its way to the omnipresent valuable email administration, Gmail – on portable and the web.