Google Meet now displays the amount of background noise reduction.

How much noise reduction is engaged and how loud your backdrop environment are both indicated by A small update to the Google Meet UI.

In order to make video chats more effective by removing distractions, Google can erase typing, construction sounds, background chatter, and other noises that aren’t your voice.

To indicate how much noise is being eliminated, a ring around Google Meets’ blue voice indicator now expands or contracts. There are three conditions that can occur when noise canceling is enabled:

No audio (speech or noise) is coming from you if you cannot see the voice indicator. You are speaking into a filtered burst, and the other participants will only hear your voice. This visual cue is only activated once during each meeting: Left While you speak, background noise is continuously filtered out so that the other participants only hear your voice. The size of the ring reflects the intensity of noise: Right

This visual signal will be completely accessible starting today and over the next few weeks for:

Customers of Google Workspace Business Standard, Workspace Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, and Workspace Individual may use this feature. Not accessible to users of G Suite Basic and Business, as well as Google Workspace Essentials, Business Starter, Education Fundamentals, Frontline, and Nonprofits. Users with personal Google Accounts are not eligible. MORE INFO ON GOOGLE MEET: FTC: We employ automatically earning affiliate connections. More.

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