As an administrator, you can let meeting organizers and participants in the same organization record Google Meet meetings. Recordings allow you and your users to share a meeting with people who couldn't attend or remember what happened at a meeting a few months ago. Recording is not automatic—somebody needs to start the recording for each meeting.
Teachers can record meetings when signed in to their Google Workspace account. If the teacher is the meeting organizer, students can also record the meeting.
Step 1: Check if recording is available
Make sure you have a Google Workspace edition that supports recording. Compare your edition
If you allow users to record meetings, they can find them in the Meet Recordings folder in Google Drive. To make sure users can access recordings, you need to:
- Make sure the users have Drive turned on. For details, go to Turn Drive on or off for users.
- Make sure the users have permission to create new files in Drive. For details, go to Turn Docs creation on or off.
To record and save recordings to Drive, both the user and the organization must have enough available storage space in Drive. For details, go to How users experience storage limits.
In the Admin console, go to Menu AppsGoogle WorkspaceGoogle Meet.
- Click Meet video settings.
- To apply the setting to everyone, leave the top organizational unit selected. Otherwise, select a child organizational unit or a configuration group.
- Click Recording and check or uncheck the Let people record their meetings box.
- Click Save. If you configured an organizational unit or group, you might be able to Inherit or Override a parent organizational unit, or Unset a group.
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