Access to advanced Google Meet features ends Sept 30.
What is changing?
Number of participants: You can create meetings with up to 100 participants.
Recordings: You can continue recording meetings as you did during the promotion until temporary recordings become available in late 2020. Temporary recordings let G Suite for Education meeting organizers record meetings and share recordings within their organization. Temporary recordings expire 30 days after they are recorded. Also, temporary recordings can't be shared outside the meeting organizer's domain or downloaded, even if it's within the 30-day sharing period.
Meetings recorded during the promotional period remain in the meeting organizer’s Drive.
In-domain live streaming: You won’t be able to live stream meetings.
Host Controls Hosts (meeting creators and calendar owners) of G Suite for Education meetings new meeting safety controls to manage who can join their meetings.
Blur your background To help limit distractions in your meeting, you can blur your background. You'll appear clear while everything behind you is blurred. This feature will appear only for eligible devices that meet the technical requirements (You’ll need a 4 core device or higher that supports Hyper-Threading). Background blur is currently not available on Chromebooks.
Folder sharing in shared drives now generally available Note: this feature was released on Sept.16 and can take up to 15 days to become available Shared drives empower teams and organizations to store, access, and collaborate on files. With this launch, you can share a specific folder with other users, or upgrade member access to provide users with additional permissions on specific folders within shared drives.