Who's on First? - For Google Meet

Who's on First? - For Google Meet

Google Meet extension to prevent users from joining a Meet first.

Who's on First? - For Google Meet
What is Who's on First? - For Google Meet?
Who's on First? - For Google Meet is an exclusive Chrome extension designed for educational institutions. It avoids users from initiating a Google Meet and ensures students don't enter an orphaned meeting. For optimal usage, it should be installed on student devices and the ability to create Meet should be disabled in the Google Workspace Admin Console. The publisher guarantees no storage or collection of personal data. A failsafe for button appearance, streamlined code, and improved button text are the latest enhancements.
Users: 10,000+
Rating: 3.00 (3)
Version: 1.2.1 (Last updated: 2020-12-09)
Creation date: 2020-12-02
Risk impact: Low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Moderate risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
Size: 34.04K
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This extensions was made for schools to "force install" on student Chrome OS devices. It prevents users from being the first participant in a Google Meet. This tactic should also prevent students from becoming the host or joining an orphaned meeting.

This extension does not prevent users from creating a new Meet. For the best experience, schools should disable student's ability to create a Meet in the Google Workspace Admin Console.

This extension only modifies content on meet.google.com and the publisher does not collect or store any personal data.

This extension is intended to be installed on student devices only.

Change log: v 1.2.1

  • Fix a bug where buttons would sometimes stay hidden
  • Added a failsafe for button appearance
  • Streamlined Code

v 1.2.0

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by Abner Wirtz Abner Wirtz, 2024-06-07

I really dis like this because me and my friends when we come home from school will go on a google meet and talk because sometimes we do not have are phone because we are grades or something and now that yall have created this we cannot join the google meet how to disable it
by Jerryisaboss Jerryisaboss, 2021-03-08

it was ok may not want for personal use but for a teacher it would work.
by owl owl, 2021-02-15
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Risk impact

Who's on First? - For Google Meet is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.

Risk likelihood

Who's on First? - For Google Meet is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this extension.

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