Google announced in October that it would provide built-in bidirectional interoperability on Zoom Rooms and Google Meet devices in late 2022 for no extra charge.
Zoom Meetings can now be joined using Google Meet hardware
It has now begun to roll out the feature that will allow:
- Zoom Rooms users can participate in Google Meet meetings. Zoom Meetings can be joined using
- Google Meet devices by entering a meeting code or directly from the calendar on a Zoom Room or Google Meet device.
Google Meet and Cisco Webex already have built-in interoperability on their respective platforms’ devices.
Interoperability with Google Meet is supported across all Zoom rooms and platforms. It does, however, only support basic video conferencing features. Some advanced features, such as polls, wired present, and dual-screen support, may be unavailable when using Meet hardware to join Zoom Meetings and vice versa, according to Google.
Google stated that Zoom interop on Meet hardware will begin gradually rolling out for admins on January 19, 2023, and for end users (on devices) on January 26, 2023. It could take up to a week for admins and up to 15 days for end users to see the feature.
The Zoom Rooms Meet interop will be available to everyone on January 26, 2023.