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Recently, Google rolled out a number of new features for Google Meet that have made the tool far more valuable for educators.

One new feature is the ability to conduct polls with Meet participants, giving teachers more options for interactivity with students during remote learning sessions.

In the first video, you’ll see a brief overview of how to conduct a poll in Google Meet.

Of note, the polling feature is only available to Enterprise Education customers. If you’re unsure if you have access to those features, make sure you check with your school’s technology department.

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You can create the polls in Google Meet on the fly and you have options to show the live results or not. This features means you could use these polls for some quick formative assessment of your students or get interaction with them for other questions.

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