The Google Meet 1080p video option will be available to both Google One members with a storage plan of 2TB or more and paid Google Workspace users.
Google has announced that both paid clients of Google Workspace and Google One subscribers will now have a 1080p video option on Google Meet in order to make their online meetings appear much more clear and fluid.
To broadcast a 1080p video, users must have 1080p or higher-quality cameras, and this capability will only be available to these users when they use Google Meet on the web.
According to Google, this feature will be available only through business accounts, so if you have a 2TB Google One membership but use a personal Google account, you may be unable to use it.
If users match the requirements, they can simply go to their Google match settings and update their video quality to 1080p to test out or use the new 1080p capability. Before entering any meeting, users will receive a pop-up notification from Google requesting them to enable this functionality, which is disabled by default.
This feature is available to Google Workspace users that have a subscription plan, such as Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Starter, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, and so on.
As hybrid and work from home cultures spread throughout the world, video-communication services such as Google Meet are introducing newer and more beneficial capabilities.
Google recently launched a new Meet feature that allows users to mute any meeting participant’s video feed.