At the beginning of the year, Google Meet hosts gave the opportunity to in one call at once. Now the company has a solution to situations that require more nuance and control. It introduces an audio and video lock feature that allows hosts to turn off the microphones and cameras of selected attendees. In this case, you cannot turn it on again until you are allowed to do so again.
Anyone using a version of Meet on Android or iOS that doesn’t support audio and video locking will be removed from the call if the host enables the feature. If they try to join such a call, they will also be prompted to update their app. Google started rolling out the tool on rapid-release domains today. Planned release domains will have access to them from November 1st. The bans should be especially useful for locking in rowdy attendees, but some hosts may also find it helpful to encourage certain people to attend more often.
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