Participant in Google Meet refers to any individual who joins a meeting or video conference through the platform. Participants can be invited by the meeting organizer or can join through a link or code provided by the organizer. Once a participant joins a meeting, they can interact with other participants through video, audio, and chat features. Participants can also share their screen, present documents, and collaborate with others in real-time.
Participants in Google Meet can have different roles depending on the settings chosen by the meeting organizer. The default role for participants is 'Attendee', which allows them to join the meeting, view and listen to the presentation, and participate in the chat. The meeting organizer can also assign the role of 'Presenter' to a participant, which gives them the ability to share their screen, present documents, and control the meeting. Additionally, the organizer can assign the role of 'Co-host' to a participant, which allows them to manage the meeting settings, mute or remove participants, and control the chat.
Google Meet provides several options for managing participants during a meeting. The meeting organizer can control who joins the meeting by enabling the 'Waiting room' feature, which requires participants to be admitted by the organizer before joining. The organizer can also mute or remove participants, control their video and audio settings, and disable the chat feature. Additionally, the organizer can assign roles to participants and manage their permissions during the meeting. Participants can also manage their own settings, such as muting their microphone or turning off their camera, by accessing the settings menu in the meeting.
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