Google is also moving its video conferencing service, Meet, to Gmail's mobile app. With the upcoming updates to the Android and iOS apps, you will be able to connect to each video call directly from the Gmail interface, from the emails you receive – just like with the desktop browser interface.
A list of upcoming appointments on a calendar, and calls can be connected to calls with a flick – this is also possible by entering the ID code for each online appointment if it has not been added to the calendar before. New calls can also be made from the same tab at the touch of a button, for which the application also displays a link to connect – this can then be shared with friends and colleagues.
Who doesn't need Gmail inside, or at least you don’t want to see it as a separate tab, you can turn off the corresponding tab in the app settings. Google also posted detailed information on the product support page for the exact course of treatment.
By the way, Meet moved to Google's desktop desktop browser in April this year, and the video giant, previously only available to G Suite subscribers, was made free by the search giant at the end of April. all you need is a Google Account. Using Meet is now even easier, as you don't have to install the separate Meet app on Android or iOS. The Meet tab is expected to appear in the mobile Gmail interface in the coming weeks.
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