Google Meet is an incredibly easy to use video conferencing platform that is packed with features. Not only does it allow users to add up to 100 participants to a meeting, but it also enables them to live translate conversations and embed these live translations in the meeting recording. Besides this, it also enables users to perform mundane tasks like recording meetings.
However, this feature is available to select users, including Google Workspace Essentials, Business Standard,
Business Plus, Enterprise Starter, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, Teaching & Learning Upgrade, Workspace Individual subscribers, and Google One subscribers with 2 TB or more of storage space. Additionally, the meeting organizer must turn on the recording feature for all participants before the meeting starts.
So, if you check all the right boxes and you want to record a meeting in Google Meet, here’s what you need to do:
How to record a meeting in Google Meet
Step 1: Start a meeting in Google Meet.
Step 2: In the lower right corner, click on the Activities button and then click on the Recording button.
Step 3: Now click on the Start Recording button.
Step 4: In the window that opens, click on the Start button to start recording the meeting.
Wait for recording to start. Participants are notified when recording starts or stops.
Step 5: To stop recording, click Activity Options > Recording > Stop Recording.
Step 6: In the window that opens, click on the Stop Recording option.
After you stop recording the meeting, the recording will be saved in the meeting organizer’s My Drive > Meet Recordings folder.
But there is a caveat, if the meeting organizer changes or the meeting takes place outside the scheduled calendar time, the recording link is sent to the original event creator. Once you figure out who has a recording, here’s how you can share it with all participants in the meeting.
How to share Google Meet recording
Step 1: Open Google Drive.
Step 2: Go to the Meet Recordings folder.
Step 3: Select File and then Share add approver.
Step 4: Alternatively, you can click the link and then paste the link into an email or chat message.
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