In an update released in June, Google met ushered in a new window layout with a blurry background and support for up to 49 people. Now, the company has launched these new features on the web side of Google meet. After enabling the background blur function, users can blur their background during the video call, so as to hide the chaos in the room or focus on themselves when speaking. < / P > < p > this function will work together with the background noise reduction function in meet to greatly improve the video call experience and reduce interference. Background blur is limited to chrome on windows and MacOS platforms, but Google said it would support meet applications on Chrome OS, Android and IOS in the coming weeks. < / P > < p > in Google meet video calls, up to 49 people can be online at the same time when using the auto or tiled layout options. In addition, an option has been added that allows you to keep the user’s own video always in the upper right corner of the screen. If you’re inclined to use meet for a particularly large video conference or class, this new 49 person layout will help because you can see the reaction of a large number of people at the same time. < / P > < p > by default, tile layout will display 16 participants and auto layout will display 9 tiles. You must manually adjust the slider to adjust the amount of video you want to see on the screen at any given time. Your layout adjustments will be limited to this video conference. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure