How to take attendance in Google meet | The best and simplest method of Google meet attendance

How to take attendance in Google Meet

Every teacher using the free version of Google meet, asking a question "how to take attendance in Google meet?". That's why "Attendance in Google meet" became the most searched topic on Google by the teachers if someone taking online classes. Of course, in the paid version of Google meet, users can get these features by default but in the free version of Google meet, users get limited features, and especially these features are missing completely.

In this blog, I am going to show you the best and simplest method of Google meet attendance in the Free version of Google meet. So, read the blog carefully for step-by-step guidance. 

Before starting the tutorial, let me clear one thing that this method is workable only on a computer and in the Google Chrome browser. With the help of a third-party extension in the chrome browser, we can easily take attendance in Google meet.

Step by Step Guidance for Google meet attendance

  1. First of all, open the chrome browser on your laptop or computer.
  2. Then, search chrome web store.
  3. Then, click and open the chrome web store.
  4. Then, search Google meet attendance collector.
  5. Then, add the extension to your chrome browser.
  6. Then, pin the extension to your home page.
  7. Now start the Google meet in the chrome and start the meeting.
  8. Now click on pinned extension "Google meet attendance collector"
  9. You will find three options, change the alias, single-time attendance, and time-wise attendance.
  10. You can change the attendee's alias if you want.
  11. if you want to take single-time attendance, click on the recan+download button, one .csv file will be downloaded to your pc.
  12. if you want time-wise attendance, then click on start monitoring, then you can see the attendance on the web as well as you can download the excel sheet on your computer.
If you want to see this tutorial on youtube, then you can watch our below video which is published in the Hindi language but we have used English subtitles.

Thanks for reading the blog, if any question or feedback please write down in the comment box below or on our youtube channel.

Mukesh Shekhawat

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