These days with most people working from home, video conferencing is all the rage. Some platforms require you to create an account, while others let just about anyone join in, provided they have an invitation from the meeting organizer. The way Google Meet handles this is through meeting codes. We’ll explain what these are, and just what you are supposed to do with them.
Explaining Google Meet codes
Now that Google is opening up Google Meet to non-enterprise G Suite users (a.k.a. the rest of us), more people are starting to use the service to connect with colleagues, friends, and family. As they do, many are noticing these strange looking alpha codes associated with the meeting invitations they receive.
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