Nowadays we have plenty of good ways to livestream events—
including Streamyard and built-in solutions on multiple tools, but I wanted to share this one with you because I think it may be handy for school events.
If it’s enabled by your admin, Google users can now livestream Google meetings publicly via YouTube.
This provides an easy way to get your holiday choir concert or your Board meeting on YouTube. Just please don’t make me watch the board meeting, kay? Anyhow, within Google Meet on a computer, you can click the 3 dots, then Manage Streaming. On phones, just go to the Activities panel and select Live Streaming. You can then give the livestream a title, set its privacy and the caption language and start the stream.
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