Google Meet is now rolling out 1080 resolution on its video calls, as it strives to compete with Zoom and Microsoft Teams which already offer HD video resolutions.
The new update is available only for the web currently and requires a camera with 1080p capabilities and is limited to two-person meetings. The feature has been made available for paid Google Meet versions along with Google One subscribers with at least 2TB of storage.
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Users will be required to upgrade their Google Meet manually, which hasn’t been turned on by default. A pop-up from the change button will inform users that they can now let people see them in HD.
Google Meet has also brought in new emoji reactions and automatic transcriptions in this new update.