Google Meet recently introduced a very useful new feature: "Picture-in-Picture", picture-in-picture, or "picture-in-picture". In short, he can condense the video screen into a small window on the top, so we can watch the video screen at the same time and open other software to handle the work. This feature is very helpful to me. For example, I am used to writing notes at the same time during a video conference. Before, when I switched to my own note screen, I usually didn't see what happened on the video screen, and just listened to the voice of the participants.
It does lose some sense of interaction. But now you can turn on the "picture-in-picture" function of Google Meet, watch the speaker's video, report the company banner design screen, and take notes in my note-taking software. Or sometimes someone in the video conference is delivering a presentation screen, and the content just needs me to open some of my own files to modify or record, or I need to adjust the calendar while listening to the report, then the same "picture-in-picture" of Google Meet The function can come in handy, allowing me to put the video presentation screen at the top with a small window, and open my files and calendars for management at the same time.
At present, the new "picture-in-picture" function of Google Meet has been rolled out in Google Meet for all users, whether you are in the enterprise version or the personal user version. (but must use Google Chrome browser) In the video screen, open the "..." menu below, and enable "Open Picture-in-Picture". 1 Photo Credit: Computer Toys The video screen will then be condensed into a small window at the bottom right. Up to four frames of images can be presented, such as speaker presentation screen, speaker screen, etc. (We can freely pin multiple main screens).