- When you're logged into Google through a browser, click on the 3x3 Google Application Block in the upper right corner of your window, then select Meet.
- If you don't see it listed there, select More and you'll see additional Google Apps.
- Click on Start Join or start a new meeting.
- You may need to grant access to Google for the microphone and webcam. You can also change these settings by clicking on the three dots in the video screen.
- You can change the devices (Camera, Microphone, and Speakers) and quality (send and receive resolutions) options depending on your setup.
- Quality will normally be automatically chosen based on your camera and microphone.
- Back on the Google Meet main area with the video screen, you'll find a URL that can be shared with others that looks like meet.google.com/abc-defg-hij.
- When you're ready to launch, click Start Meeting.
- You should see another pop-up with the meeting URL as well as telephone dial-in information.
- You can create Meets on the fly and add individuals after you start a meeting, or copy the info (link provided) to share with others in advance. Google Meet also supports Dial-In for users that prefer conduct calls over the phone. This number can be found in the prompt that appears prior to starting a Meet, or in the Joining Info section at the bottom-left of an active Meet session.
- Clicking on Present Now in the bottom right allows you to share your entire screen or a window of an open application like PowerPoint, a browser, Word, etc. You can only share one application window at a time.
- When you're done presenting, click the blue Stop Sharing button in the floating dialog box near the bottom of the shared application, or the Stop Presenting button on Google Meet.
- If you have multiple monitors, consider dragging the applications to different screens to assist you in presenting (i.e., Google Meet on one screen and the shared application in the other).
- To end the session, click the button that looks like a red telephone handset.