Google rolled out noise cancellation feature in Google Meet


Video conferencing is a more and more effective tool for many scenarios with the pandemic situation. Many of use video conference method for business, educational and personal purposes than before. Background noise can make very distract at the live meeting. Many of the video conferences provide has tackled this problem to enhance meeting experience for users as uses are connecting to the meetings from many environments.  

Recently Google has solved this issue by roll outing noise cancellation feature to Google Meet for G Suit Enterprise, G Suite Enterprise for Education and G Suite Enterprise Essentials accounts. As for now, the option is currently available only for web-only meetings. It will be available for the mobile app soon.

Google Meet uses Artificial Intelligent for Notice cancellation feature and it the feature removes non-stationary noises such as typing, door opening and closing and other background noises. The feature mostly filters out noises that do not sound like human voices. That meant any voices that coming out from backroad which can be another person’s speaking behind the participant or voices coming out TV or radio will not filter out.

Noise cancellation feature is not been rolled out all over the world yet. The feature is rolling out in a phased manner. Currently, it is been rolled out in Australia, New Zealand, India, Japan and Brazil.

How to enable the feature

User can enable noise cancellation before the meeting or while in the meeting.


  • Before the meeting go to the homepage or while in the meeting Meet click “More options”
Meet HomePage Setting
HomePage

 Setting on Meet Page
Meeting Window


  • Select the “Setting” icon
  • Select Audio option
 Noise Cancellation

  • Then click Turn on Noise cancellation
  • Finally Click Done

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