- Aug 17, 2014
The bi-directional interoperability between online platforms Zoom and Google Meet, which Google announced in October last year is beginning to roll out.
With the feature, users will be able to join meetings on Zoom via their Google Meet hardware devices and join Google Meet meetings through Zoom Rooms. However, it is key to note that certain features like polls, wired present, and dual screen support would be unavailable for users joining Zoom via Meet hardware devices and vice versa.
Nevertheless, the interoperability comes without additional charges for users and is a built-in feature. Moreover, users can access the join via meeting code and scheduled join capabilities alongside “the ability to configure no-knock joining (lobby bypass) in either direction.” The interoperability is like that of Google Meet and Cisco Webex and Pexip for Google Meet.
Google describes it by stating: "Similar built-in interoperability is already available between Google Meet and Cisco Webex on each platform’s respective devices. And Pexip continues to enable joining Meet meetings from the widest range of third-party video conferencing hardware, including older devices that may not support built-in interoperability."
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