Google Meet has introduced a feature that will let participants virtually raise their hand in meetings to pose inquiries or demonstrate that they need to talk.
The feature comes in the form of a Raise Hand button located on the bottom of the screen during a meeting. If more than one participant uses the feature, the meeting moderator will be able to see the raised hands in the order that they were raised, so that the questions can be addressed accordingly.
Meeting arbitrators will likewise have the alternative of bringing down a particular individual’s hand or bringing down all hands. If the arbitrator brings down your hand, you will get a notice.
The Raise hand feature isn’t accessible to clients with individual Google accounts, Workspace Business Starter plans, or G Suite Basic clients. It is turning out for clients with Workspace Essentials, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, just as G Suite Business, Education, Enterprise for Education, and Nonprofits plans.
The element is accessible to qualified clients on Android, iOS, and the Web.