Google Meet Android devices from Poly now support interoperability with Cisco Webex and Zoom

What’s changing

We’re expanding the existing interoperability between Google Meet, Cisco Webex, and Zoom to include Poly-Android based devices. Specifically, these devices include: Poly Studio X30, X50, X52, and X70.
Note that Webex and Zoom interoperability supports core video conferencing features. Some advanced features, such as polls, wired present, and dual-screen support may not be available when using Poly Meet hardware to join Webex or Zoom meetings.

Getting started

Both Zoom and Webex interop on Google Meet hardware will be available on devices by default and can be disabled in the Workspace Admin console at the OU level at Devices > Google Meet hardware > Settings > Device Settings > Built-in interoperability.There is no additional cost associated with using this new built-in interoperability feature on supported devices.
End users:
When enabled by your admin, you can join a Webex or Zoom meeting from a Poly Android-based Google Meet hardware device by: Joining an ad-hoc call by tapping “Join or start a meeting” on your touch controller and selecting Webex or Zoom from the dropdown options. Joining a scheduled call by adding a room to an event with Webex or Zoom meeting details.  Note: Calendar events that originate outside of Google Calendar must be duplicated and populated with room details manually.Visit the Help Center to learn more about Google Meet interoperability.

Rollout pace

Rapid Release and Scheduled Release domains: Gradual rollout (up to 15 days for feature visibility) starting on January 16, 2024


Available to all Google Workspace customers with Google Meet hardware subscriptions