At a time when everything is not so far away, Google has introduced an essential service – Google Meet. Now he has come up with a feature to save data within the framework of that service, which has slightly reduced the burden on users who want to save data.
Warn! Do you want to play it on your phone? Turn off play immediately!
Google, the world’s largest search engine, recently introduced a new feature for its video conferencing tool, Google Meat, that allows users to limit their app’s data consumption.
According to Google, when this feature is enabled, it not only restricts data usage but also reduces battery usage and CPU need in the mobile phone.
Speaking of this feature, he said: “Google Meet automatically adjusts your device and network and prepares you to provide a better meeting experience. However, you may want to adjust the quality of your meeting to reduce the impact on your mobile phone,” Google said in a blog post.
Here are the step-by-step instructions on how to enable this feature, which can be accessed by both Android and iOS users:
Open Google Meet
– Click on the menu
Then go to Settings
Enable the option to limit data usage there, that’s it!
This feature does not require any administrative control, it is available for Essentials, Business Starter, Business Standard, Business Plus, Frontline, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Basics, Education Plus, Nonprofits, and Cloud Identity
Except that this feature is available to all G Suite Basic and Business customers.