Mark up your Google Meets with the Annotate Meet Extension for Chrome

Source: Annotate Meet Extension for Chrome – Instant Relevance

This is a pretty cool extension. Once installed, you’ll have a new annotate icon in the toolbar. Clicking on it when not presenting will just show you some help. The magic happens when you’re presenting in a Google Meet.

To see it in action, enter a Google Meet and then start presenting. It works when presenting the screen, a tab, or a window. When you press the icon in the toolbar, the Annotate Meet Extension will take a screenshot, expand the screenshot to fill the screen, and then give you tools to mark up the screenshot. Since it is a screenshot this won’t work on video or moving graphics, but would work in other instances.

I like extensions like this, ones that show you something that you didn’t know you were missing!

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