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Set up Logitech devices as Google Meet hardware

To use Logitech devices for Google Meet meetings, add the Logitech device to your organization's Google Workspace account as a Meet hardware device. A Meet hardware license is required.

Before you begin

  • Make sure you have a Meet hardware license for the device.
    For details, go to Licensing FAQ.
  • Sign in to the Google Admin console to accept the latest Google Meet hardware Terms of Service.
  • Create an enrollment code for your Logitech device:
    1. Log in to your Logitech system web interface.
    2. Select Meet as the provider.
    3. Copy the code displayed on the screen.

For details, go to the Logitech documentation.

Supported devices

You can use the Rally Bar and Rally Bar Mini as Meet hardware devices.

Use Meet features available on Logitech devices

When used as Meet hardware, Logitech devices support most meeting features to provide the full Meet experience.

Meet features not currently supported on Logitech devices include:

  • Some inherited Meet settings
  • Frame participants (but you can select other framing options using Logitech framing)
  • Meet hardware peripherals
  • The ability to present using an HDMI cable connected from a laptop to the Logitech device
  • Spoken feedback on the controller

Note: Some admin settings are not supported by Logitech devices, and it’s recommended that admins use the Logitech System Web Interface. For details, go to Unsupported admin settings for non-ChromeOS device models.

Enroll your Logitech device as a Meet hardware device

To enroll your Logitech device as a Meet hardware device, go to Enroll your device.

Create a room where the device is located

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in

  2. In the Admin console, go to Menu and then Directoryand thenBuildings and resources.
  3. In the Resources section, click Add a resource.
  4. Under Category, select Meeting space.
  5. Enter the room information.

    For details, go to Create buildings, features & Calendar resources.

  6. Click Add Resource.

Assign a room or personal calendar to the device

When you add a room or person to a Google Calendar event, the meeting name appears on the device screen. Users can tap the event name to join the meeting. You can associate a room calendar with one device or a personal calendar with multiple devices.

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in

  2. Go to Menu and then Devicesand thenGoogle Meet hardwareand thenDevices.
  3. Select a device name.

    If you don’t see the device, scroll down the list to find it. You might need to go to the next page or further to find the device.

  4. Under Calendar, click Assign calendar.

    If a calendar is already assigned, the Assign calendar option is not shown.

  5. Select Room calendar and select the room where the device is located.
  6. Click Save.

Adjust the device settings with Rooms password

Note: Only admins with the Manage Device privilege can view and edit the Rooms settings password.

  1. On the touch controller, go to Settingsand thenGeneral.
  2. For System, find Logitech settings and click Open.
  3. Enter the Rooms settings password when prompted.
    1. To view the Room settings password, in the Admin console, click Devicesand thenGoogle Meet hardware. 
    2. To learn more about the Rooms settings password, go to Manage Room settings passwords for Logitech devices.

Deploy multiple devices

For guidelines and best practices to deploy multiple Logitech devices, go to Deploy multiple devices. Bulk action features that are not currently supported are indicated in the Admin console.

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