Google Meet to set a time limit for free users hosting group calls

Google Workspace subscribers can host unlimited video calls.

Google might will not allow free users host longer group video calls anymore.

As per the latest updates, Google will now put in force a 60-minute restrict on group video calls. However, that is best for the free users, the work enterprise users won’t have any such limitations. Google had, in advance, introduced that it might set a time restrict to video calls. However, that delayed numerous times.

Now, Google will begin restricting the video calls which include three or more people. If you are talking to one ortwo people using Google Meet, you can stretch it beyond 60 minutes.

Google has updated its Google support page with new lengths for Google Meet video calls. The search giants says that users can host one-on-one requires as much as 24 hours however calls with three or more people in call can only last as long as 60 mins. Google stated that it might notify customers at fifty five mins that their name is set to end.

The new development was first spotted by 9to5 Mac, the note said, “At 55 minutes, everyone gets a notification that the call is about to end. Otherwise, the call will end at 60 minutes.”

Thus, if you think 60-minute is not sufficient for you, you can buy the Google subscription. The Workspace subscription individual tier is available for $9.99 roughly Rs 750 INR per month.

Google Meet was launched in April 2020 and was later integrated into the Gmail accounts for the users.

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