In addition to numerous other Workspace tiers, Google Meet is rolling out to personal Gmail accounts in terms of its capacity to livestream to YouTube.
When presenting information to sizable audiences outside of your business, live streaming is helpful since it gives those audiences the option to pause, repeat, or watch the presentation at a later time.
For internal domains that must host sizable internal meetings, Google Meet has long provided livestreaming. Initially targeted at education clients (such as school functions and board meetings), the public YouTube integration is now being made available to a much wider audience:
Customers who have purchased Google Workspace Enterprise Starter, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, or the Teaching and Learning Upgrade are eligible. Users of Google Workspace Individual are able to access Members of the Google One Premium subscription can access it in certain nations. Users with personal Google Accounts may access this Not accessible to users of the historical G Suite Basic and Business plans as well as Google Workspace Essentials, Business Starter, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Education Standard, Education Fundamentals, Frontline, and Nonprofits.
If your admin (for Workspace users) has enabled the capability, you can start a livestream by going to the Meets Activities tab andgt; Live Streaming