Changing your background in a Google Meet video call is a fact that most Google Meet users would already know by now. But what you may not know is that Google Meet now offers its users the option to put face filters as well for attending video conferences on its platform. You can put on a cat or a dog’s head, appear in a pirate’s avatar or swim like a cute little blue fish, and keep the environment of your video call cheerful and lively. However, this option to put face filters is available only on the Google Meet app in Android and iOS devices, and not through a web browser. And it is a matter of just a few clicks. Below are mentioned the steps depicted pictorially on how to use face filters on a Google Meet video call via your Android or iOS device.
Step 1: Open the Google Meet app on your Android or iOS smartphone and join the link to attend the meeting. Next, click on the Apply Visual Effects icon as highlighted below.
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Step 2: In the next window that appears, scroll right to the end of the various visual effect options and click on the Filters option as highlighted below.
Step 3: Select the desired face filter from the various filter options provided and click on Done.
Step 4: Click on Join in the next screen and that’s it. You will be sporting your desired face filter as selected, during your video call.
Therefore, in just 4 simple steps, you can use face filters on your next Google Meet video call. You can host filter themed family conferences or bond over with your friends posing as alien heads. Plus, isn’t it fun to watch even yourself as a super cute cactus with a frowning sidekick?
Do let us know which one is your favourite face filter amongst the various quirky options provided by Google Meet, in the comments section below.
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