According to the verge, a foreign media report, in April, Google said that the Google meet video chat platform allows all users to participate in time free meetings, and the function will stop after September 30. For now, the company appears to be sticking to that timetable. After September 30, the free meet meeting time will not exceed 60 minutes. A Google spokesman said in an email to the verge on Friday: “we don’t have any information about changes in publicity and the impending expiration of advanced features. If things change, we will let you know. ” < / P > < p > in addition, advanced features for G suite and G suite for education will be launched on September 30, including conferences that allow up to 250 participants, real-time streaming of up to 100000 people in a single domain, and saving meeting records to Google drive. However, these features are usually only available for the “enterprise” layer of G suite, which costs $25 a month. < / P > < p > Google meet and other video conferencing platforms have been chasing the rapid rise of zoom during the new crown popularity, with more than 100 million participants per day in April. < / P > < p > of course, for most users who don’t want to upgrade to a paid meeting schedule, this deadline means that they will have to limit their teleconference time to 60 minutes or less. Global Tech