Google Meets is getting a new feature to the Web version that will correct poor lightning during video calls.
When a Web user appears underexposed during a video call, the low-light mode will automatically increase the brightness of their device in order to improve visibility. The new feature has been rolled out to individual users, which means there will be no admin control and users will be allowed to turn it on or off as they see fit.
Google introduced the low-light option for the Google Meet smartphone app last year and now it will be available also on its Web version. All Google Workspace clients, as well as G Suite Basic and Business subscribers, can use the new feature.