Google Meet makes it easy to start a secure video meeting. Join from any modern web browser or download the app, and you're ready to go.
What is Google Meet
Google is making enterprise-grade video conferencing available to everyone. Now, anyone with a Google Account can create an online meeting with up to 100 participants and meet for up to 60 minutes per meeting (up to 24 hours per meeting through Sept. 30, 2020).
Businesses, schools, and other organizations can take advantage of advanced features, including meetings with up to 250 internal or external participants and live streaming to up to 100,000 viewers within a domain.
How to sign up for Google Meet
For personal use
If you’re already using Gmail, Google Photos, YouTube, or another Google product, just sign in to your existing Google Account.
Enjoy free video conferencing for up to 100 participants. Google Meet also offers counter-abuse measures like anti-hijacking to help protect your data and privacy.
Unlimited number of meetings
Connect with anyone—coworkers, clients, classmates—as often as you'd like.
Invite up to 100 participants to a meeting. If you’re using the free version of Google Meet, anyone you invite will need to sign in with a Google Account to join the meeting for added security.
Live captioning during meetings
Follow along in real time with automated live captions powered by Google’s speech recognition technology. To turn on closed captions, click the three dots on the Meet screen to bring up the option (available in English only).
Google Meet employs an array of anti-abuse measures to keep your meetings safe, including anti-hijacking features and secure meeting controls. It also supports multiple 2-step verification options including security keys.
Our products, including Meet, regularly undergo independent verification of their security, privacy, and compliance controls. For a full list of certifications and attestations, visit the Compliance resource center.
Meet does not have user attention-tracking features or software.
Meet does not use customer data for advertising.
Meet does not sell customer data to third parties.
Google Meet for education, healthcare, and nonprofits as part of G Suite
Educators, nonprofits and healthcare professionals looking for video conferencing can get Google Meet through G Suite, which includes additional privacy features and tools.
G Suite for Education
Schools can use Google Meet for free as a part of G Suite for Education. Meet, Classroom, and the rest of G Suite can be used to support compliance with regulations like COPPA, FERPA, and GDPR.
G Suite for healthcare
Use Google Meet as a part of G Suite to enable HIPAA compliance when caring for patients remotely with virtual visits. With G Suite you can also store data securely in Drive and go paperless with digital intake forms.
G Suite for nonprofits
Eligible organizations can use G Suite for Nonprofits at no charge. Get G Suite’s secure business apps like Gmail, Drive, Docs, and Meet to help your nonprofit collaborate more effectively.
How leading companies use Google Meet
“We’re big fans of Meet... It’s helpful to be able to see every participant. This is extremely helpful these days. All our internal meetings are on Meet right now as we are all working from home.”
—Oliver Mientz, IT Manager, Burger King Deutschland GmbH
“In just under three months, we saw people working differently...with over 57,000 hours of Google Meet sessions conducted in one month alone, allowing our employees to collaborate while in the office and on mobile, connecting our global teams.”
—Mike Crowe, CIO, Colgate-Palmolive
“We need to interact with many people at once and see their reactions, with everyone simultaneously seeing the same deck in Slides. We couldn’t do any of this without Google Meet.”
—Leandro Perez, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Salesforce