Google Meet’s New Feature Allows Users to Live Stream on YouTube
Google is all set to roll out a brand-new function to the Google Meet app. The characteristic will let customers stay circulate conferences to YouTube which is its streaming platform. With the introduction of this feature, human beings can live-stream their conferences and share them with others alternatively than recording the conferences and then importing them.
Everything to know about the new feature
As per a story via Gadgets Now, the admin can live-stream just by navigating to the meeting’s Activities Panel of the app. Then the customers can select the “Live Streaming” option to share their stay stream. Users will be able to choose their channel to begin streaming the meeting that they are holding, as per Android Central.
Google says that this live streaming alternative is extremely useful, especially for customers who wish to share their information and presentation with a large audience. The feature will also permit the audience to replay the presentation later on and also pause it as per their need.
Users will need approval to live stream
Before someone tries to live stream on YouTube, he will be required to go through a channel approval procedure. Even Google has informed users that their channel needs to be approved before they could live stream via Google Meet.
Also, the company’s help page clarifies that when host management is turned on, only the host along with co-hosts can start to live stream the meeting. If in case, the host management is turned off, anyone who is in the meeting can start live streaming it.
When will the feature roll out?
This live streaming feature is expected to roll out in various stages. The first rapid release is expected to be launched so that people could choose domains within three days i.e, from July 21 to July 24.
The second rapid release will take up to 15 days to roll out and will start on July 25. Do note, it could take 24 hours or even more to get approval for live streaming.