Google announced Number Among the new features to help facilitate virtual learning during the pandemic, including updates to the conference service via Google Meet, and a new homework help tool that requires only a photo from the phone.
As for the conference service via (Google Meet), Google says: The largest view that can show up to 49 participants in the meeting, which Google announced for the first time in June, will arrive in September.
Google launched the largest presentation of the conference service via Google Meet in April with the ability to see 16 participants at a time.
The ability to see 49 people at one time makes the Google Meet conferencing service on Par With (Zoom).
Google will merge Digital whiteboard producerJamboard is on the Google Meet conference service in September as well, and the search giant in October will add the ability to blur or replace the background in the Google Meet conference service, a feature it also announced in June.
G Suite Enterprise for Education customers will be able to establish separate rooms within the conference service via Google Meet starting in October, which could allow virtual education classes to split into smaller group discussions, and teachers in October will also be able to track attendance at conference service meetings Via (Google Meet).
To help administrators and educators at G Suite Enterprise for Education’s Google Meet conferencing service manage classrooms more easily, the search giant has also announced when to release new moderation controls.
Later this month, moderators will be able to prevent people from joining meetings after being kicked out of the room or twice denied entry, which could help prevent people from disrupting classes.
In September, Google will allow administrators to end a classroom through the conference service via Google Meet for everyone at the same time, and collectively agree to requests to join or reject a classroom, stop chatting at the meeting, restrict who can attend class, and run the setting that Prevents the start of the meeting until the teacher joins.
In addition to the updates to the conference service via (Google Meet), Google has shared new tools to help students learn from their phones.
Students can now Imagine Nearly 100 concepts in biology and chemistry by searching for them on Google and then looking at a model of this concept in augmented reality on Android and iOS devices.
Google will allow students to get help with solving their homework problem by simply taking a picture of it using (Google Lens) or the application (SocraticGoogle-owned tutorial.