Google Meet will now block anonymous users by default, for their education customers. This new feature will prevent anonymous users from joining video group meetings by default to prevent class disruptions. Moving forward, users will have to log into a Google account to participate in more online classes than Meet.
This facility has been introduced for G Suite for Education or G Suite Enterprise for Education license users. Google notes that the feature should take up to 15 days to fully roll out, so it may not be immediately enabled for all Google Meat customers.
By preventing anonymous users from entering a video meeting, Google Meat solves the growing problems of rogues by bombing and wreaking havoc in online classes. Students are found intermittently making noise in their classes by simply asking a pop-in from a friend to make noise or share unnecessary content.
This new blocker feature will prevent any anonymous user from attending a video meeting and will reduce school time distraction. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, many schools are currently conducting regular online classes. Google announced this feature to stop anonymous users through a blog post.