This common excuse will no longer work for missing out GMeet calls

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Google Meet has introduced a new feature that makes it difficult for other participants to use weak connections as an excuse to leave the meeting. Google Meet Administrators can now view all participants’ inbound and outbound bandwidth information. This information will make it easier for them to determine where the bandwidth barrier may be due to low quality.
In other words, the administrators will see a live graph of the connection bandwidth of the meeting participants. They can use graphs to see the bandwidth transmitted and received, the bandwidth used, and the bandwidth availability over time. A Information The point will surface numerical readouts and accurate timestamps.

Google says that knowing the bitrates available or being used for a particular endpoint is important data when resolving issues or working to improve call quality in your domain. Previously, this data was only available as an average across the entire call, which can make it difficult to narrow down issues at certain times. Although the data may seem overwhelming for meetings with a large number of users.
The feature is available to all Google Workspace customers as well as Legacy G Suite Basic and Business customers. It will be available to users by default. To access the information, users can navigate from the admin console to Apps> Google Workspace> Google Meet> Meet Quality Tools. They can also search the meeting code, organizer or participant from the search bar to access the Meet Quality tool.




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