added a new tool to Google Meet to help you answer the question, “why is Google Meet call quality so bad?”
Now when you’re in a Google Meet call you can click on the little “three dot” menu in the bottom-right corner of the screen and you’ll find a “Troubleshooting and Help” menu. In “Troubleshooting and Help” you’ll find useful information that you can use to analyze the cause of problems with your Google Meet call quality and get tips to resolve those problems.
Some of the information that you’ll find in the Google Meet “Troubleshooting and Help” menu includes CPU usage/ load and tips for improving system performance. You’ll also find a live graph of system usage. The “Troubleshooting and Help” menu also includes many of the tips that you probably already know like “close unused tabs” and “move closer to your Wi-Fi router.”
The new “Troubleshooting and Help” menu in Google Meet is available now for some users and will be rolled-out to all domains over the next couple of weeks.