As the first presenter, you’ll be able to assign members to co-present Slides with you. As a co-presenter, you’ll be able to see the viewers, presentation, and Slides controls in a single window, navigate the presentation, and begin and cease media throughout the presentation,” Google said in a blog post.
Users assigned as co-presenters can get control over the Slides presentation and navigate the deck for everyone in the meeting. As a co-presenter, users can see the audience, presentation, and Slides controls in one window, navigate the presentation and start and stop media within the presentation.
Meet speaker notes feature: Last year in October, Google rolled out the feature to present Google Slides directly in Google Meet that allows users to engage with their audience all in one screen by presenting Slides from Meet. Now, users will also be able to view their speaker notes within Google
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The company further added that the feature further bridges the gap between people working from different locations.
This feature is rolling out now and will see wider availability over the coming weeks, the company added.
To use this feature, you will need a computer with a Google Chrome browser.
As the principle presenter:
- To begin a presentation choose “present a tab” in
Meet> “start slideshow”.
- So as to add a co-presenter, choose “Add co-presenter” in the people panel drop-down menus.
Flip off particular person feeds in Google Meet
In the meantime, Google has rolled out the flexibility to modify off particular person feeds in Meet.
“You can now turn off the video feed from other participants during a Google Meet call. This can be helpful in situations where you want to focus your meeting view to just the presenter or hide participants with distracting video feeds,” Google stated in a weblog submit.