Google Meet users will soon be able to use 360-degree backgrounds while participating in a video conversation on their mobile devices. This feature is currently being rolled out to Android and iOS devices. In addition to this, the editable widgets are now available for Chat app cards which will include interactive widgets like checkboxes, radio buttons, and dropdowns.
360-degree video backgrounds
360-degree backgrounds for Android and iOS devices have finally been added to Google Meet. Users of the new functionality can choose from a variety of available backdrops. These backgrounds, which include a beach and a temple, move with you thanks to the gyroscope on your device. Remember that administrators can enable or disable backgrounds for their users. All Google Workspace users and users with personal Google Accounts can access it on Android and iOS devices. It should be noted that admins have the ability to disable these backgrounds when necessary, even if they may hide the user’s original backdrop from meeting attendees.
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Editable widgets now available for Chat app cards
In Chat app cards that are posted in the Chat message stream, developers can now include interactive widgets like checkboxes, radio buttons, and dropdown menus. You can rapidly change the information sent from Chat apps by doing this by Changing the assignee on a task card or changing the due date on a task card and Selecting or deselecting options on a card.
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Only Google Workspace Essentials, Business Starter, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Fundamentals, Education Plus, Education Standard, the Teaching and Learning Upgrade, Frontline, and legacy G Suite Basic and Business customers have access to this feature at this time.
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