Gallery View is a feature in Google Meet that allows users to see multiple participants in a video call at the same time. This feature is particularly useful for group meetings or classes where it is important to see everyone in the call. Gallery View displays up to 49 participants in a grid layout, depending on the size of the user's screen. Users can switch between Gallery View and Speaker View, which displays the current speaker in a larger window.
To use Gallery View in Google Meet, users need to have at least three participants in the call. Once in the call, users can click on the "Grid View" icon in the top right corner of the screen to switch to Gallery View. Users can also use keyboard shortcuts to switch between Gallery View and Speaker View. To exit Gallery View, users can click on the "Exit Grid View" icon or use the keyboard shortcut.
Gallery View in Google Meet has several benefits. Firstly, it allows users to see everyone in the call, which is particularly useful for group meetings or classes. Secondly, it can help to improve engagement and participation as users can see each other's reactions and body language. Finally, it can help to create a more inclusive environment as users can see everyone in the call, regardless of their location or position in the meeting.
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