They're each just different interfaces for the same video call service.Unlike Google Hangouts' often dark interface, Meet puts its tools in a bright white toolbar.If you want to share your screen, Meet will let you share your full desktop or choose one app to share.Its window selector reminds us of Zoom—and it's actually part of the webpage, even though it looks like a separate window.You can't start a call directly from Meet yet—but you can schedule a video call in Google Calendar, and join it from Meet. You'll see a list of your upcoming meetings as in the top screenshot on this article.Tap the correct meeting, then join the video call much as you would for a standard Hangouts video.You'll make groups to keep chats focused and can reply directly to any message to turn it into a sub-conversation.
Instead, you'll get full-screen video with up to 25 participants for G Suite Basic and Business plans and 30 participants for G Suite Enterprise customers. If you have a paid G Suite account, you can start using the new Google Hangouts Meet app for your team calls today. Invite any participants, schedule it for the time you want, and then tap the Now, when it's time for your call, go to meet.in Google Chrome—that's the only supported browser right now.It's a brand-new team chat app from Google, one that's most similar to apps like Slack and Hip Chat than anything Google has released so far.A Zapier Google Hangouts Chat integration is in the works.It's also deeply integrated with the rest of G Suite, so you can share documents and manage appointments right from chat.bot which, similar to Google Assistant in Allo chats, will help you find appointments and other info from your Google account.