Google meet has been redesigned for Android and apple to look like tags in Gmail

The future of Google’s enterprise communications service is close integration with Gmail. In other words, a separate meet app is always needed, and Google is now redesigning it to look like the recently added Gmail tag. < / P > < p > we are updating the user interface of the Google meet mobile app for Android and IOS. The new mobile user interface will have the same look and feel as the conference experience in the Gmail application. < / P > < p > today, Google meet will immediately open your front camera feed. There are buttons at the bottom for new meeting and meeting schedule, while swiping up allows you to view video calls scheduled in your calendar. < / P > < p > the redesigned Google meet provides a real-time preview of my meetings list. As in Gmail, there is a “new meeting” button – with three options: < / P > < p > get meeting join information to share with others initiate a “conference” call now schedule a new meeting in Google Calendar your profile picture is in the upper right corner, and this design retains the navigation drawer. < / P > < p > jumping immediately to the camera view is always a little uncomfortable, which helps unify the experience. It’s also easier for Google to keep a design. Some companies may not use Gmail, but still want to use Google meet for video conferencing. For those users, a separate application is needed. < / P > < p > currently, this update will be on IOS, and Android will follow up. The redesigned Google meet will be available for all G suite and personal accounts. < / P > < p > if you are interested in learning about Google, you can read this book, which will benefit you a lot. New product launch