Games, Spotify listening, and YouTube viewing can all be shared live using Google Meet.

Google Meet is introducing a live sharing feature that will let all meeting attendees to engage with the shared content, including YouTube, Spotify, and a few games, as we first noticed earlier this month.

This enables you to create a Spotify playlist or co-watch YouTube videos. You can play games like Heads Up!, UNO Mobile, or Kahoot during an icebreaker in addition to watching material.

At the beginning of this year, Samsung exclusively disclosed the feature. When you click the overflow menu on Android, you’ll find live sharing under Activities, expanding on already-existing features like polls and Q

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