How to Host a Meeting in Google Meet
Hosting a meeting allows you to control several aspects of a meeting, more than you would be able to as a guest.
Now either enter a new nickname for this meeting, or just leave the field blank to create a new meeting code.
Nicknames will only work for meetings within your organization, although others will still be able to join by using a different code.
The nickname can be used by other people in your organization to join, while outside people will need to use the meeting link.
You can also have people phone in, if necessary, using the phone number and PIN displayed here.
The Add people option lets you invite people now, but you can also do this step later.
The info popup closes, and you can see everyone else in the meeting (which will be just you, until other people join).
If you need to see the meeting details again later, in order to give the nickname, link, or dial-in information to someone new, you can display the meeting info popup again.
The meeting info popup returns. Once you’ve copied what you need from it, you can close it again by clicking anywhere outside of the popup.
Click Copy joining info to quickly add the details to your clipboard.
While you can send a meeting nickname or code to meeting invitees in several ways before a meeting starts, it’s also possible to send invitations from right within a meeting as it’s going on.
The People pane opens, showing everyone in the meeting.
The Add People popup appears, displaying a field to enter email addresses as well as some suggested invitees.
The email invitations are sent, containing a direct link to join the meeting.
Before someone can join a meeting, they'll need to ask permission from the meeting host. When this happens, a popup will appear where, as host, you can deny them, or admit them.
The guest is admitted into the meeting.?
If you’re the meeting host (or a member of the same G Suite organization as the meeting host), you’re also able to remove guests from a meeting.
The selected person is removed from the meeting.