Google Meet, also known as Google Hangouts Meet, is built to let dozens of people join the same virtual meeting, and speak or share video with each other from anywhere with internet access. It's meant for use by businesses and other organizations, and it's a great way for colleagues who don't work in the same building to communicate. It is also an amazing option for educators and students who work with G suite at school. A Google Meet organizer can share whatever is on their screen with everyone on a call, and any participant can turn their own audio and/or video feed off at any time, participating however they want. You join a Google Meet session by using a code that's created when the event organizer schedules the meeting. On both the Meet mobile app and on a computer, simply pull up Google Meet and click or tap "Use a meeting code" (it may say "Enter a meeting code" on mobile). Once your code is in, provided the session has started, you'll enter the call and can begin talking with your team. The creator of the meeting can also send out a direct link, which you just have to click once to join the meeting. They can also schedule meetings so the participants have reminders on their calendars about any future events that will be taking place on Google Meet.