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Signing into Google Drive on your iPad

There are two scenarios you might encounter if you are logging in to Google Drive on your iPad. The first scenario would be if you have already signed into another Google App, like Google Meet. The second scenario would be if you are signing in to Google Drive without previously having signed into another Google App. …

Using Google Calendar appointment slots

Google appointment slots let you set up a block of appointments on your calendar that other people can reserve. For example, teachers can invite their students to reserve time during office hours each week. Appointment slots are useful when you don't know who needs to meet with you, but you want to make yourself avail…

Google Meet & Pinning (iPads, Chromebooks, and MacBooks)

In a Google Meet, whoever is speaking is front & center on the screen. When there is a large number of students or staff in the Google Meet, the Google Meet screen will keep switching who is front & center. If you need to focus on one particular person, for example, students may want to make sure the teacher is front …

Logging into Google Meet on an iPad for the First Time

**Logging into Google Meet on an iPad for the First Time** 1. Locate the Google Meet App on your iPad. If you do not have it installed on your iPad, you can download it from Self Service. ![][1] 2. Tap the "Sign In" button ![][2] 3. You may be notified that Google Meet wants to use "google.com" to sign in. Tap "C…

Best Practices for using Google Meet with Students

Google has made some significant changes with how someone can connect to a Google Meet. In the past, you were required to have a valid Gmail account _(any Gmail account, including other Gmail accounts that are not from uscstudents.org )_. Now, you do not need an email account to join a Google Meet. Therefore, you will…

Turn off Chat during a Google Meet

There are multiple ways to turn the Chat function on or off in a Google Meet. _If you do not have this feature, you will need to force an update to Google Chrome:_ [https://support.uscsd.k12.pa.us/kb/article/369-how-to-update-google- chrome/][1] **1. Click on the Chat icon on the top right of the screen:** ![][2] …

Google Meet Host Controls

Host controls can be set and accessed in the Google Meet calendar event or during a Google Meet. In the Google Meet: 1. Click on the **3 vertical dots** in the bottom right-hand corner of your Google Meet, then click on **Settings**. (or ![][1] 2. Click on** Host controls**. If the button is on the right and **gr…

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