Using Miro in Google Meet allows groups to brainstorm ideas and solve problems together.
On Wednesday, Google Meet announced that it now supports extra “whiteboard” features through a third-party app.Miro, a third-party whiteboarding tool, will be available to Google Workspace clients as well as individuals with personal Google accounts thanks to the support of the well-known video meeting service.Competitors like Zoom provide video meetings with access to a whiteboard feature as well.According to the firm, users may now use Miro’s library of drawing tools, templates, comments, and other features right from Google Meet.
On Wednesday, Google posted a blog entry to highlight the availability of Miro within Google Meet for video meetings.Miro is a third-party online whiteboarding tool that may now be used in Google Meet for brainstorming and collective problem-solving.
Miro’s integration with Google Meet gives users access to a variety of tools and templates, including digital sticky notes for brainstorming and workflow planning during conference calls or team meetings.Additionally, Miro enables users to build new boards, maintain an existing one, or access the one that was linked to their meeting invitation.According to Google, users don’t even require a Miro account.Users can start a board and save it for up to 24 hours with guest access.
“After choosing a board, Miro launches, and the side panel lists all meeting attendees as well as any available Meet features.Without leaving Miro, you may communicate, raise your hand to vote, engage in polls, and utilise all the Meet features you enjoy” Google clarified in the blog entry.
All Google Workspace clients, as well as previous G Suite Basic and Business users, can now access Miro within Google Meet.Users with personal Google Accounts can also access it.However, the business has stated that customers with a Google Family Link Account or those who are younger than 18 would not be able to access the service.