Google Meet video calls generally work as expected on Airtame without a need for any further settings or changes to the Google organization or individual meetings.
However, there is one setting you may choose to change for the call.
When joining a Google Meet call, another participant will have to admit the Airtame device into the call. If you would like to avoid this, it is possible to change the Meeting access type of the call to Open.
When joining a Google Meet call, an authenticated participant will have to admit the Airtame device into the call. The Airtame app helps you do this by giving a link to Google Meet's companion mode.
If the host of the meeting is joining via Airtame, they can click the link to enter companion mode and let the Airtame device and any other potential participants into the call with just a few clicks.
Google Meet in companion mode, allowing you to admit the Airtame screen attempting to join the call
If you would like to avoid this, it is possible to change the Meeting access type of the call to Open.
This is done in the Google Meet video call options for the specific call. It is not possible to change this setting for all calls on a Google organizational level.
A Google Meet call with the access type set to open