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It’s been nearly a year since Google Meet became free for everyone during the global pandemic. Now, boasting millions of connections around the world, the video conferencing software is getting an update.
“Helping everyone safely connect and collaborate is what drives us to continue improving Meet,” according to Dave Citron, director of product management for Google Duo and Meet.
“From introducing features that make video calls more inclusive, such as automated live captions in…
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