Google Meet attendance report will now be available to its enterprise customers as well, months after the feature was first rolled out for its education customers in September earlier this year. As a large section of students and employees remain hooked to online ways, Google Meet is also adding on new features and expanding access to its services.
The attendance tracking data and insights are particularly useful for teachers and professors taking virtual classes these days. It not only shows names and total number of attended but also share insights on how long did they attend the entire Google Meet class/office meeting.
Details covered in Google Meet Attendance Report
The comprehensive Google Meet attendance report includes all the participant’s name, email IDs as well as exact time length for which they attended the call. Generated attendance report spreadsheets are emailed to the hosts/organisers at the end of each meeting.
Post the latest Google Meet update, the spreadsheets will now also include live stream data identifying total viewer count and user graphs for the entire session. Both hosts and attendees will also get to see a live count of total participants in the top-left corner of the screen. However, it is only displayed while using Google Meet from the desktop web version.
The Google Meet attendance report is usually enabled by default. It can be created from the Calendar events or in-meeting settings.But, Google Meet now also allows workspace admins to control what organizational units can/ cannot turn on the attendance tracking feature for their meetings.
Talking of its availability, Google Meet is further expanding the availability of attendance reports for Education customers beyond Enterprise to other Workspace tiers including Essentials, Business Plus, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, and Enterprise Plus. But, it currently remains unavailable for G Suite Basic, Business, Education, Workspace Business Starter, Business Standard or Non-profits customers.