- Join Zoom Meetings from Google Meet hardware devices
- Join Google Meet meetings from Zoom Rooms
Once enabled, you can select Zoom (in the dropdown) from the “Join or start a meeting” on touch controllers.
Google says “Zoom interoperability supports core video conferencing features,” with scheduled join and joining via meeting code supported. You can also “configure no-knock joining (lobby bypass) in either direction.”
However, “advanced features, such as polls, wired present, and dual-screen support may not be available when using Meet hardware to join Zoom Meetings and vice versa.”
Zoom support is free and building on Google Meet’s existing Cisco Webex interoperability and Pexip support:
We hope this latest update makes it even easier for our customers and their users to connect and collaborate with people outside of the Google Meet ecosystem.
This feature is rolling out over the coming weeks:
- Zoom interop on Google Meet hardware will be available on devices by default and can be disabled in the Workspace Admin console
More on Google Meet:
- Google Meet rolling out in-call emoji reactions
- Google Meet adding 360-degree backgrounds on Android and iOS
- Google Meet and Docs now use the new Material You toggle [U]
- Google Account switcher getting more Material You and Dynamic Color tweaks
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