Google Meet to get new noise cancellation feature soon

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 04 Jul 2020
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Google Meet will soon get a noise cancellation feature.

The feature will be rolling out to users in India as well.

Here is how you can activate the feature.

Google Meet to get new noise cancellation feature soon
Google Meet to get new noise cancellation feature soon

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There’s a new feature coming to Google Meet soon and will soon be rolling out to users in India. The company made a bunch of announcements regarding new changes to Google Meet back in April. Essentially, users in India will soon receive a noise cancellation feature for Google Meet. In a statement by the company, it said, “This feature will roll out to users in Australia, Brazil, India, Japan, and New Zealand in the coming weeks. This feature isn't currently available to users in South Africa, UAE, and the immediately surrounding areas.". Confirming that India will receive the feature soon. 

Basically how noise cancellation on Google Meet will work is that the program will filter out noises that do not sound like voices. Say loud rustling, banging, dogs barking, etc. What will not be filtered out is other people talking at the same time and voices from the television.  So it does have its limitations. Also, the feature must be activated manually. 

Here is how you can activate the feature

  • Head on to the Meet homepage
  • Click on Settings
  • Select Audio
  • Click Turn on Noise cancellation
  • Click Done

In other Google news, Google Photos will stop auto-backup of media files from WhatsApp, Facebook and other apps. You can read more about that story here. The company also showed off a new AR feature that allows dinosaurs to roam your house! You can read more about that here. Also, Google Search will now tell you the best shows to watch on Netflix, Hotstar and other streaming sites. You can read more about that story here

 

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