Google adds speaker notes feature to Meet: Here’s how it works – Times of India

In October last year, Google rolled out the feature to offer google slides Directly in Google Meet which allows users to engage with their audience in one screen by presenting slides from the Meet. Now, users will also be able to see speaker notes Within Google Meet.
Here’s how the speaker notes feature will work
When presenting a slide on Google Meet, users can click the New Speaker Notes button located in the slide control bar to display speaker notes within the call. This will help presenters to confidently showcase their content and connect with their audience without having to switch between notes and slides.

Google has clarified that this feature has no administrative control and is not available to personal Google Accounts and Google Workspace Essentials, Business Starter, Education Fundamentals, Frontline as well as legacy G Suite Basic and Business customers.
However, this facility is available to those who have Google Workspace Business StandardBusiness Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Education Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, Teaching & Learning Upgrade, and Nonprofit customers.
For end users, they can select “Present a tab” in Meet > select a Google Slides presentation > click the speaker notes button in the controls at the bottom corner of the presentation.

Google apps now optimized for foldable phones, tablets
Meanwhile, Google also announced optimization of its workspace apps, which include Google DocsSheets and Slides for tablets and foldable phones. Search engine giant launches easy drag and drop text and images from Google Slides to another Android apps. During the Google I/O event, the company announced that it will update 20+ Google apps to work better on tablets and foldable phones.
The update is scheduled to be rolled out in a phased manner and may take up to 15 days to appear.
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