Google is rolling out its impressive noise reduction in Google Meet for Android and iOS, but unfortunately it will not be available to everyone – you must be a G Suite Enterprise or G Suite Enterprise for Education customer to take advantage of the convenient feature, Google says . Google first rolled this out to the Internet in June.
The technology is designed to muffle background noise like a keyboard or a barking dog while on a Google Meet call. If you want to get an idea of how effective it can be, check this out VentureBeat video from June by Serge Lachapelle, a G Suite director of product management demonstrating how noise reduction technology dampens a crumpled bag of snacks, a click pen and a clinking glass (jump to 1
Google’s G Suite Updates blog says that the noise reduction feature is turned off by default on mobile, but you can turn it on while you are on a call by accessing the call settings. (Here’s Google’s guide on how to do that.) The feature is rolling out from today and should be rolled out within a few days.