Google Meet adds Noise cancellation for Android and iOS users, along with attendance features.

Google Meet has been one of the most important video calling tools for both business organizations and educational institutes, enabling the users to communicate over calls and continue with their work. Google Meet shared a new feature with the desktop users in June, where they added noise cancellation to filter out disruptive sounds in the calls. The same feature has now been rolled out for Google Meet users on the smartphone, both Android and iOS. 

The new feature will not only make video calls much more clear but will filter any kind of disturbance in the background. Google Meet has also added a new feature for educational institutes which allows adding the attendance reports educators. The feature, which is called the background blur can filter out background noise to make calling possible from any environment. Noise such as keyboard typing, doors opening and closing, and construction noise from outside can easily be filtered out with the new feature. 

The feature is also a part of all the services which are provided in the GSuite Enterprise and G Suite Enterprise for Education customers, but not G Suite Basic, G Suite Business, G Suite for Education, or G Suite for Nonprofits. The new feature will be rolled out today for smartphone users. The second feature of adding attendance will be available for Google Meet calls between 5 to 250 member calls and will contain the details like name, email (or obfuscated phone number), join/exit time, and length. The feature will be made available to more users in the future.

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