Google Meet, the video conferencing and online meeting platform from Google enables users to host and join virtual meetings, collaborate with colleagues or friends, and communicate through audio and video calls. Google Meet offers a range of features that facilitate online communication, and one such feature is picture-in-picture mode.
You can use the picture-in-picture feature of Google Meet to have a compact, movable version of the user interface that remains visible on top of any content navigate to. By employing picture-in-picture, you can effortlessly stay actively involved in a meeting while switching to a different tab or window.
Why use picture-in-picture mode:
- Gauge your audience’s reaction while you present.
- View meeting-related documents.
- Take notes.
- Interact with and use Meet features, such as Hand raise and in-meeting chat.
Do note that the picture-in-picture is only available with Google Chrome on a computer. Here’s how to use picture-in-picture mode on Google Meet.
Here’s how to use picture-in-picture mode on Google Meet
In your meeting, at the bottom, click on the three-dot button.
Now open the picture-in-picture mode.
At the bottom right, a small version of your meeting UI displays
- To move your picture-in-picture meeting UI, click at the top of the meeting UI and drag it across your screen.
- To resize your picture-in-picture meeting UI, click and drag an edge.
Navigate to other tabs, windows, or applications. Your picture-in-picture meeting UI moves with you.
To exit picture-in-picture in a meeting, in the top right of the small Meet UI, click Back to tab.
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