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Better Together: Using Google Meet Inside Classroom
Google recently announced another new feature which helps streamline the workflow between Google Classroom and Google Meet. The feature allows educators to create a unique Meet link for each class, which can be displayed on the Classroom Stream and Classwork pages. The link acts as a dedicated meeting space for each class, making it easy for both teachers and students to join. These links are created with enhanced security features, including disabling the room once the final participant leaves. In other words, if the instructor is the last person to leave a meeting, students can’t join again until an instructor enters the room. This post will detail the process by which educators can create and use this integration from within Classroom.
"I'm still a bit confused on how to set up a Google Meet session for the class and notify my students."