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Google Unleashes Zoom/Meet Decoupling Capability from Nest Hub Max, Duo on the Digital Canvas

Google offers a range of smart display products under the Nest Hub brand, including the Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max. The Max model, released in 2019, features a front-facing webcam and supports video calling through three apps: Google Duo, Google Meet, and Zoom.

However, Google recently announced that it will be removing the video calling feature through Meet and Zoom from the Nest Hub Max by the end of September. According to Google, this decision was made because the feature was underutilized, and they want to allocate resources to the development of other Google Assistant features.

Despite this change, Google will still support video calling with friends and family through Duo/Meet in a personal setting, allowing users to create their own private rooms. However, it will no longer support joining meetings through meeting codes or links from Google Meet in a work setting.

TLDR: Google is removing the video calling feature through Meet and Zoom from the Nest Hub Max due to its underutilization. They want to focus on developing other Google Assistant features. Video calling with friends and family through Duo/Meet in a personal setting will still be supported, but joining meetings through meeting codes or links from Google Meet in a work setting will no longer be possible.

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