Bigger Brady Bunch-style chats are now supported on Google's web client.
Corinne ReichertSenior Writer
Corinne Reichert (she/her) grew up in Sydney, Australia and moved to California in 2019. She holds degrees in law and communications, and currently oversees the CNET breaking news desk for the West Coast. Corinne covers everything from phones, social media and security to movies, politics, 5G and pop culture. In her spare time, she watches soccer games, F1 races and Disney movies.
"Seeing more people at the same time can help improve the dynamics of larger group meetings and classes," Google said in a blog post. "It can help remote meetings feel more like in-person meetings and encourage participation."
For now, the 16-head view is only for Google Meet on the web, rolling out from April 20 until May 1, but the tech giant said it will soon be supported on other devices. Its also got pro updates for larger meetings and better layouts planned.