You can personalize your audio options. You can use a headset when you're in the office; if you work remotely, you can switch to a connected speaker or microphone. You'll hear people better with an external speaker, and they'll hear you better with an external microphone. You can enhance your sound even further by turning on music mode or removing background noise and speech.
Click your profile picture, select Settings, and select Audio. Then you can change any of the following settings:
You can also change your audio options right from your call controls. Click the drop-down arrow next to Mute, choose Settings, and then make your selections.
Click your profile picture, choose Preferences, and select Audio. Then, you can change any of the following settings:
To change your audio options from your call controls, click the drop-down arrow next to Mute, choose Settings, and then make your selections.
Your default audio depends on the type of call. When you make a video call, you want to be able to look at your phone while you talk, so your speaker is the default audio. When you make an audio call or answer a call, your earpiece is the default.You can only change your audio from speaker to earpiece while you're in a call, unless you want a setting such as Answer calls with speaker on to apply to all incoming calls.
Tap and then choose Speaker or iPhone (if you're using an iOS device) or Phone (if you're using an Android device).
When you connect to an audio device, such as your speaker, Bluetooth device, or headphones, the icon changes in appearance, letting you know how your audio is being transmitted.
(Optional) Tap your profile picture, go to , and turn on any of the following options:
You can change the microphone that you use when you make a call.
You must be using Chrome, Safari, or Firefox to make calls. Also, regardless whether you're using a web browser on Windows, Mac, or Linux, make sure your web browser is set up to use the camera and microphone.
Click the activity menu and choose Meet. Select the device to use to make the call by clicking Audio / Video.