Get started with Google Meet


Use Google Meet to hold video conferences with people inside or outside your organization. You can join from a computer, or mobile device.



  • Audio & Video Calling: Hold video conferences with anyone. Attendees can share their screen to present slides or other information.
  • Dial in from a phone: Participants can join a meeting via audio by using a dial-in number. Regular call charges apply.
  • Schedule meetings: All meetings scheduled with Google Calendar can include a Meet video link


How do I access Google Meet?

Google Meet is accessible via Google Chrome, or Firefox on most desktop computers, or laptop computers, and via the Google Meet app for mobile devices.

Mobile Device Clients


Help Resources


Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many people can participate in a meeting?

    The maximum number of participants in a video conference is 50 people.
  • Will a partiipant using the dial-in phone number be charged for the call?

    Regular call charges apply to any participant that connects to the meeting using the dial-in number.


Is there any additional information I should know about?

For additional assistance contact the IT Services Technical Support Center via phone at (907) 786-4646, toll-free at (877) 633-3888, email us at, or visit the Services section to open a support ticket.

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