Google is implementing impressive noise reduction in Google Meet for Android and iOS, but unfortunately, it will not be available to everyone – you need to be a customer of G Suite Enterprise or G Suite Enterprise for Education to use a convenient feature, says Google. Google first introduced it to the Internet in June.
The technology is designed to reduce background noise, such as a keyboard or a barking dog when you’re on a Google Meet call. If you want to understand how effective this can be, check it out VentureBeat A June video by Serge Lachapelle, G Suite̵7;s product management director, demonstrates how noise reduction technology soothes a fragile snack pack, a clickable handle and a ringing glass (switch to 1:50 noise reduction demonstration):
The Google Gets Updates blog notes that the default mute feature is turned off on mobile devices, but you can turn it on during a call by opening the call settings. (Here’s a guide to Google on how to do this.) The feature launches today and should be fully deployed within a few days.