Google Meet Will Now Allow To Transfer Calling, This Feature Is Available Soon

Just a few days ago, Google rolled out a Beta 2 update for its Pixel phone in which all the problems arising in Pixel devices were resolved, and all the capabilities to improve the phone were available. Now, Google is moving towards fixing the problems facing Google Meet and giving it a new feature.

Google can introduce many features with cross-device functionalities, making it easier to share things like WiFi passwords, transfer video calls from one device to another, and share hotspots. It can also develop Google Meet even better.

Google Meet has been facing some problems for a long time, the biggest of which was transferring calls. There was also a problem with the voice after making a call. The “Call Cast” feature is mentioned on Google Play Services v24-06-12. It is believed that these two “Call Transfer” and “Call Cast” features may be different, as “Call Cast” will be for audio calls, while the latest call transfer feature may be reserved for video calls.

According to rumours, Google is testing a separate one for its video calls, enabling users to connect to Google Meet. If you tab “Video Call,” the recipient will receive a notification asking them to join you on Google Meet. If they tab on it, they can directly use apps like Google Meet, Microsoft Teams and Zoom.

Although the company has yet to confirm all these, you will soon be able to take advantage of all these benefits. Google will soon provide information about all this in the coming days.

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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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