Users have been facing problems with Google Meet calls. Google this time to help users with no interruption in the middle of calls made it easier to identify and fix echoes. It is said that it can happen when a system feeds back audio into a call.
While Google Meet intelligently controls the audio to remove the echo in video calls. But still, sometimes it happens and causes others to hear an echo from your device when they speak. Previously, it was difficult for users to know when their device is causing an echo. Now, Google will notify them when a notable echo is detected from the system which may be heard by other call participants. The Google Mett calls app will notify you about the problem with a red dot on the more options button at the bottom, along with a text notification. If you click on the notification, there are troubleshooting steps - such as using headphones, reducing the volume of the speaker, or muting yourself when not speaking in a video call - you can take which might help reduce the echo.
The new feature is gradually rolling out to both Rapid Release and Scheduled Release domains and may take up to 15 days to be fully visible.