Speaker View is a feature in Google Meet that allows the user to focus on the person who is currently speaking during a video conference. When this feature is enabled, the video feed of the person speaking will be displayed in a larger size than the other participants. This makes it easier for the user to follow the conversation and understand who is speaking at any given time.
To enable Speaker View in Google Meet, the user needs to click on the three dots in the bottom right corner of the screen during a video conference. Then, they need to select "Change layout" and choose "Speaker View" from the options. Once this is done, the video feed of the person speaking will be displayed in a larger size, and the user can easily follow the conversation.
Using Speaker View in Google Meet has several benefits. Firstly, it makes it easier for the user to follow the conversation and understand who is speaking at any given time. This is especially useful in large video conferences where there are many participants. Secondly, it helps to reduce distractions by focusing on the person who is speaking, rather than on other participants or the background. Finally, it can improve the overall experience of the video conference by making it more engaging and interactive.
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