Note: If you are a G Suite administrator, see the G Suite known issues.
If people can’t hear you in a Hangouts Meet video meeting, make sure that your microphone is turned on. Click to turn on your microphone.
If you are using a Mac computer and your microphone is on, but people still can’t hear you, try the following options. In some cases, Mac computer settings may prevent Meet from using the computer’s microphone.
- Unmute your device. Go to your device system settings and make sure your microphone is not turned off.
- Unmute yourself in Meet. At the bottom of the screen, click to turn on your microphone.
Tip: Other people can mute you, but can’t unmute you.
- In your Chrome browser, enter chrome://restart to restart Chrome and reset all Chrome apps and extensions.
- Restart your computer
I can't access Meet on my Android or iOS device
Each version of the Android and iOS mobile Meet app is supported for 6 months after release. Upgrade to the latest version if an older version of the app is installed on your device.
It is not possible to access the full list of attendees in mobile landscape view
When using the Hangouts Meet mobile apps, it will not be possible to see the full list of video meeting attendees in landscape view. Rotating to portrait view will show the full list of meeting participants.
It is not possible to add a phone number to an existing Calendar event after upgrading to the G Suite Enterprise license
After upgrading to the G Suite Enterprise edition, existing Calendar events with Meet video meetings do not include a dial-in number. To add a dial in number, remove the video meeting from the event, save the event, and re-add the video meeting.
Dial-in callers are limited to 3 hours
People who dial-in for audio-only access are dropped after 3 hours.
Workaround: When the call is dropped after 3 hours, dial back in to the meeting.