What you need to know
- Google brings premium workspace features to Google One.
- The first new feature is “Enhanced Video Calling” from Google Meet in Workspace.
- These new premium workspace features will be available to those with a 2TB or higher Google One plan.
Google is looking to expand on its goal of providing its users with an experience that works for them. Its latest version from Google One (Opens in a new tab) The update sees some distinct Google Workspace features coming.
Previously, these newly added features from Google Workspace were only for companies with a paid subscription. Bringing these features to Google One is meant to help people “get the most out of Google”. The Google (Opens in a new tab) It gives some details about the new premium feature, “Enhanced Video Calling” entering Google One from Workspace.
With this new feature, Google has removed the one hour time limit on group video calls. People with a Google One subscription can now chat with anyone for twenty-four hours if they choose. An additional audio filter, which eliminates background noise, is available for these enhanced video calls. Those who use Google One can also participate in recording calls and store them within Google Drive.
These new premium features coming from Google Workspace will only be available to those with 2 TB or higher Google One plans. The new video feature coming from Google Meet (Opens in a new tab) It will be on plans available in the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Japan and Australia. Google is making plans to expand the availability of plans to more countries in the future. The company also intends to start transferring more premium Google Workspace features to Google One members from Gmail, Calendar, and other services.