Google has expanded its online video conferencing platform with Chromecast support, among other things, so users can now follow virtual meetings on a distinctly large screen.
a segment that previously existed as stagnant water. Among other things, Google Meet gained tremendous popularity during the pandemic and has now become one of Alphabet’s dominant teamwork tools, replacing Hangouts. As one of the latest enhancements to the platform, Meet-based video calls can now be streamed to TVs.
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Of course, this is also possible with Google's own technology and platform, so you need a Chromecast or some other device with cast support to enjoy Meet calls on the big screen. To use Chromecast, you can stream a chat from the latest version of Chrome to your TV, either before or during the conference call.
and, of course, the participant's microphone and camera remain on the device originally used.