Google Meet


Transform your eLearning courses into interactive learning experiences with Google Meet.


Google Meet is a powerful video conferencing tool for eLearning instructors. The integration of Google Meet into Tutor LMS empowers instructors to conduct live classes, webinars, and one-on-one sessions directly from the website. These live sessions enhance student engagement, improve real-time interaction, and deliver dynamic learning experiences to the students.

Besides, Google Meet offers a range of essential features to the instructors. It includes high-quality video and audio quality, screen share functionalities, real-time collaboration, etc. It helps the instructors to provide a dynamic and interactive online learning experience to the students.


Host live classes: Instructors can host live classes, webinars, and one-to-one private sessions with the students.

Real-time collaboration: Meet provides real-time collaboration tools, like live chat, polls, and Q&A, to engage with the students.

Record sessions for later reference: Instructors can record their lectures for students so that they can revise those lessons at their own pace.

Live captions & translated captions: Google Meet can generate live captions automatically as well as translate those captions into your local language.

Can I schedule Google Meet sessions directly within Tutor LMS courses?

Yes, instructors can schedule and host live sessions directly from their Tutor LMS course.

Does Google Meet have student limits?

Yes. Instructors can invite up to 100 students and meet for up to 60 minutes per meeting at no cost. But there’s no limit to mobile calls and one-to-one sessions.

Is it possible to record Google Meet sessions?

Yes, instructors can record the Google Meet live classes for later playback or sharing with students who may have missed the live session. 

Use cases

Interactive lessons: Instructors can host engaging video lectures with real-time chat, Q&A, and screen-sharing functionalities.

Personalized support: Instructors can offer personalized one-to-one support to the students using Google Meet.