Through September 30, 2020, educators and IT administrators preparing for potential school closures can access Google Meet's advanced video conferencing features such as larger meetings (up to 250 participants per call), live streaming, and meeting recording.
1. Approve requests to join—During a video meeting, only the meeting creator can see and approve requests to join the meeting from outside of the school’s G Suite domain. If a teacher creates a meeting and wants to include guests with an email address that’s outside of their school domain, make sure they stay on the call until all external guests have been approved to join.
2. Manage participants—Only the meeting creator can mute or remove participants.
3. Prevent meeting reuse—Students can’t rejoin the call if teachers leave a nicknamed meeting last.