Administrators can set Zoom as their default meeting service or turn off Google Meet as their default provider to allow users to choose a meeting platform each time.
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On October 15, 2020, Google announced that their calendar service will now use Google Meet as the default for meetings when more than one video conferencing provider is enabled.
If you need to choose a meeting provider each time, turn off Google Meet as your default meetings provider. Refer to Google's documentation to learn how to disable Google Meet for everyone in your organization.
If you always use Zoom for meetings, we recommend setting Zoom as your default.
Learn more about controlling video conferencing for Google Calendar events.
We only use Zoom and don’t have Google Meet enabled on our site. How will this impact us?
If you do not have Google Meet enabled, there will be no changes and you do not need to take any action at this time.
Zoom is our standard, but some of our employees need to use Google Meet sometimes. What action do we need to take?
You can disable Google Meet as the default and your users can choose their meeting platform each time.