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Share your reactions in Google Meet hardware

Just like on your personal device in a Google Meet meeting, you can add a reaction during a meeting on your Google Meet hardware device.

Learn how the reactions settings work

  • Reactions are on by default in the Google Admin console, unless your organization’s administrator turns them off.
  • Administrators can turn reactions on or off for your whole organization or for certain users. For details, go to Manage Meet settings (for admins).
  • If an admin turns on reactions, meeting hosts can turn reactions off for their meeting.
  • If an admin or host turns off reactions, participants can see, but not click, Reactions .

Send a reaction from your device

You can only use reactions on a Chromebox device if you attach a touchscreen.
  1. On the touchscreen, tap Reactions .
  2. (Optional) To change the color of the reaction, tap Skin tone .

Change reaction settings on your device

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To change settings, you must be in a meeting and have a touchscreen.

Change settings on Meet hardware
  1. Tap Settings and thenGeneral.
  2. Tap an option to change reaction settings:
    • Show reactions from others
    • Animation
    • Sounds
Change settings on a Chromebox
  1. Tap More and thenSettingsand thenReactions.
  2. Tap an option to change reaction settings:
    • Show reactions from others
    • Animation
    • Sounds
Change settings on a Chromebase
  1. Tap Settingsand thenReactions.
  2. Tap an option to change reaction settings:
    • Show reactions from others
    • Animation
    • Sounds

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