Certain features of Google Meet generate meeting artifacts, including Meet recordings, attendance reports, poll reports, and other documents, and are automatically shared with the primary meeting host. Now, these artifacts can also be directly shared with meeting co-organizers, Google announced on Tuesday.
If you want co-hosts to get meeting artifacts, you, as the primary meeting host, must:
- “” data-outlined=”false”>Enable host management before someone can be added as a co-host.
- Add them as co-organizers when you set up or edit the event in Google Calendar.
- Check the box for sharing artifacts when adding co-hosts in Google Calendar.
Google also noted that:
- If you promote someone to co-organizer during an ongoing meeting, they won’t get meeting artifacts for that particular meeting. You must add them as a co-organizer when you set up or edit the event in Google Calendar.
- If an attendee’s co-organizer status is removed during the meeting, they still get meeting artifacts. They will not receive artifacts for future meetings using the same code.
- Co-hosts added to an ongoing meeting series get meeting artifacts for future meetings that use the same code.
- For Google Classroom meetings, all co-teachers are recognized as co-organizers and automatically get meeting artifacts. Their co-host status cannot be removed in Google Classroom. If a user is removed as a co-teacher, they no longer receive meeting artifacts.
The feature is gradually rolling out to Rapid Release and Scheduled Release domains and will be available to Google Workspace Essentials, Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Starter, Enterprise Essentials, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Standard, Education Plus, Education Fundamentals and customers upgrading teaching and learning.
The ability to directly share Google Meet artifacts with meeting co-organizers will not be available to Google Workspace Business Starter, Frontline, and Nonprofits, as well as legacy G Suite Basic and Business customers.