Google has continued to invest heavily and add new features since combine work The boom came about due to the pandemic, however it has a pretty big problem that there are so many alternative platforms that not every client, client or even co-worker, will use the same solution.
While many companies prefer to use Google Workspace environments, including Meet, many others have continued to invest in Zoom as a primary communication platform.
Google Meet and Zoom
To enhance new lead options, Google has now confirmed two-way interoperability between Meet and Zoom.
Coming later in 2022, this news means that users will be able to join calls from an opposing platform from a calendar invitation or by entering a meeting code.
One caveat, however, is that while Zoom users can join a Google Meet call “on all platforms,” only certain Google Meet users can join a Zoom call. . Specifically, Meet devices running on ChromeOS.
The company promises to add support for other devices over time, but at least for now, this will likely go unnoticed by many users, albeit after a similar partnership with Cisco’s Webex platform over a year ago.
Elsewhere, the company has refined its partnerships with Logitech and Poly, both of which will make Meet available for Android-based devices. The Poly Studio X family and Android-based versions of Logitech’s Rally Bar and Rally Bar Mini are both set to launch in 2023.