How to record a Google Meet 2020

In the global business environment, video conference meetings have become a part of our daily lives. Even if all the participants are in the same city, it often makes sense to jump on a quick video call and avoid the commute. And with the coronavirus pandemic upon us, it looks like this method of communication is not only going to stay but actually increase in importance over time, and maybe even become the default for quite a while. 

Let’s see what are your best options to record video conference calls and what you need to make it worth the effort.

How to record Google Meet calls 

Google Meet is perhaps the second most popular video conference tool of choice after Zoom. Since everybody is already using Gmail and Google Calendar, Google Meet is able to seamlessly integrate into your workflow by, for example, automatically putting meeting links into every calendar invite. 

When it comes to Google Meet recordings, only users on the G Suite Enterprise level (at $25/month) have access to them. If you have a personal Google account or even Google Business (at $5/month), you can still participate in meetings, but can’t record them. 

To record Google Meet video calls: 

  1. Click on the three dots at the bottom-right corner of the app
  2. Select “Record meeting” 
  3. When done, click on the dots again and choose “Stop recording”

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