Zoom may have skyrocketed to stardom, but that doesn’t mean that won’t be users that don’t want to use it. There are plenty of other video-conferencing options out there that don’t stand out for their security flaws.
Even though it’s not a considerable effort having to move our hands from the keyboard to the mouse, if there is a keyboard shortcut that you can use, it’s welcome.
Accessibility Keyboard Shortcuts for Google Meet
There is no guarantee that the following keyboard shortcuts will work, but they are worth a try.
- Shift + Cmd + Alt + A, followed by the I key – This announces the current room.
- Shift + Cmd + Alt + A, followed by the S key – You can announce the current speaker with this shortcut.
Default Keyboard Shortcuts for Google Meet
- Ctrl + E – This will turn off/On the camera
- Ctrl + Alt + C – Hide/Unhide the chat in a meeting
- Ctrl + D – Turn On/Off the microphone.
- Ctrl + Alt + A + S – This will announce the active users
- Shift + ? or Ctrl + / – You can view the hotkeys
- Ctrl + Alt + A + I – For contemporary room information
- Ctrl + Alt + P – Hide/Unhide people in a meeting
Control Keyboard Shortcuts for Google Meet on Mac
- Shift + ? or Ctrl + / – See hotkeys
- Cmd + E – Turn the camera On/Off
- Ctrl + Cmd + P – This option will toggle people On/Off
- Cmd + D – Turn the Mic On/Off.
- Ctrl + Cmd + C – Turn chat On/Off
Memorizing all the keyboard shortcuts can be difficult, but you can start with the ones you will use the most. Once you have those learned, you can move on to others. Which keyboard shortcuts do you use the most? Let me know in the comments below.