How to create a group on Google Meet: Worry NOT, check out these simple and easy tricks

Google Meet lets users create a group where you can add participants to organize meetings and events.

| Updated on: Nov 04 2022, 14:34 IST
Google Meet
Know simple and easy tricks to create groups on Google Meet. (Google)
Google Meet
Know simple and easy tricks to create groups on Google Meet. (Google)

Google Meet has become one of the go to tools to organize meetings for a wide range of people especially for remote workers for ‘secure business meetings.' It's a free platform where you can create meetings with up to 100 participants for a maximum of 60 minutes. If you want to create a Google Meet call with a large number of participants, it can be tricky to add every participant separately. Hence, you can ease out the process by creating a Google Meet Group set in place.

Create a group & choose group settings

Organizations, classes, teams, and other groups can use Google Meet Groups to find people with similar hobbies or interests or participate in online conversations, work on projects together as well as organize meetings and events.

How to create a group on Google Meet?

Step 1: Sign in to Google Groups, and tap on Create group available at the top.

Step 2: Enter the required information and select settings for the group and then Settings reference.

Step 3: Click Create group and wait till the new group becomes active before sending a message to it.

Step 4: Now, choose advanced settings for your group and make it a Collaborative Inbox and set up the Owner or Manager role.

Step 5: To enable Collaborative Inbox features, turn on conversation history.

How to set up the Owner or Manager role?

10 Minutes
  • Smartphone
  • Laptop
  • Updated browser
  • Internet
Step 1:

Sign in to Google Groups and click on the name of a group.

Step 2:

Go to Group settings Email options available on the left. 

Step 3:

Set your email options: Subject prefix—Identifies email as messages from the group. 

Step 4:

Select email footer helps users to access subscription settings and find the message in Google Groups. 

Step 5:

Now select, conversation mode that will show messages in threads by subject instead of displaying each message separately as it has been shared. 

Step 6:

Then, post replies to Sets. Here, group messages are sent by default when replied via email. You can even manually change the recipients in the message itself.

Step 7:

Click Save changes and it’s done. 

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First Published Date: 04 Nov, 14:33 IST