Video calls and meetings for everyone.
Google Meet is one service for secure, high-quality video meetings and calls available for everyone, on any device.
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Meet uses the same protections that Google uses to secure your information and safeguard your privacy. Meet video conferences are encrypted in transit, and our array of safety measures are continuously updated for added protection.
Meet from anywhere
Get the whole crew together in Google Meet, where you can present business proposals, collaborate on chemistry assignments, or just catch up face to face.
Businesses, schools, and other organizations can live stream meetings to 100,000 viewers within their domain.
Meet on any device, anywhere
Guests can join from their computer using any modern web browser—no software to install. On mobile devices, they can join from the Google Meet app. Guests can even join meetings and calls from Google Nest Hub Max.
Google Meet adjusts to your network speed, ensuring high quality video calls wherever you are. New AI enhancements keep your calls clear even when your surroundings aren’t.
Meet with everyone
With live captions powered by Google’s speech recognition technology, Google Meet makes meetings more accessible. For non-native speakers, hearing impaired participants, or just noisy coffee shops, live captions make it easy for everyone to follow along (available in English only).
Simple scheduling, easy recording, and adaptive layouts help people stay engaged and connected.
Share your screen
Present documents, slides, and spreadsheets by showing your entire screen or just a window.
Host large meetings
Invite up to 500 internal or external participants to a meeting.
Join from your phone
Use the Google Meet app to join a video call, or join audio-only by calling the dial-in number in the meeting invite.
Meetings are safe by default. Owners can control who can join the meeting; only people approved by the meeting owner can enter.
Broadcast internal events
Live stream events such as town halls and sales meetings for up to 100,000 viewers within your domain.
Leading companies trust Google Meet
What is the difference between Google Hangouts, Hangouts Meet, and Google Meet?
Hangouts Meet and Hangouts Chat were rebranded to Google Meet and Google Chat in April 2020. We announced in 2019 that we would be migrating all classic Hangouts users to the new Meet and Chat products. In order to provide enterprise-grade online video conferencing to everyone, we announced a no-cost version of Google Meet in May 2020.
Is Google Meet safe?
Yes. Meet takes advantage of Google Cloud’s secure-by-design infrastructure to help protect your data and safeguard your privacy. You can learn about our privacy commitments, counter-abuse measures and data protection here.
Can external participants join a call?
Absolutely. For the no-cost version of Google Meet, all participants will need to be signed into a Google Account to join. You can create a Google Account with a work or personal email address.
For Google Workspace customers, once you’ve created a meeting, you can invite anyone to join even if they don’t have a Google Account. Just share the link or meeting ID with all meeting participants.
What does Google Meet cost?
Anyone with a Google Account can create a video meeting, invite up to 100 participants, and meet for up to 60 minutes per meeting at no cost.
For additional features such as international dial-in numbers, meeting recording, live streaming, and administrative controls, see plans and pricing for organizations.
Do Google Meet links expire?
Each meeting is given a unique meeting code which has an expiration time based on what Workspace product the meeting is created from. Read more here.
Is Google Meet compliant with my industry requirements?
Our products, including Google Meet, regularly undergo independent verification of their security, privacy, and compliance controls, achieving certifications, attestations of compliance, or audit reports against standards around the world. Our global list of certifications and attestations can be found here.
My organization uses Google Workspace. Why don’t I see Google Meet in Calendar?
IT administrators control Google Workspace settings, such as whether Google Meet is the default video conferencing solution in Google Calendar. Visit the Google Workspace Admin Help Center to learn how to activate Google Meet in your organization.