How ToHow To Remove Meet Tab From Gmail on Android

How To Remove Meet Tab From Gmail on Android

With a recent update, Google integrates the Google Meet tab in the new Gmail app.  The new Gmail UI has included a Google Meet tab just below the compose button. This allows users to start a meeting on Google Meet by simply clicking on a Meet button in Gmail. However, it can be really annoying if you don’t have to make video calls regularly. The good news is Google has conveniently left an off switch to Remove Meet Tab From Gmail on Android.

The new Gmail UI is useful only if you use Google Meet regularly. The Meet tab is huge and takes a lot of space on the screen and gets irritating. However, if you do not rely on it for video calls and require more space to read mails, then there’s a way to disable the Meet tab. Follow the below guide to hide the Google Meet tab from the Gmail inbox.

How To Remove Meet Tab From Gmail on Android

The Meet tab in the  Gmail is not permanent, and if you want Google Meet and Gmail to work as separate apps, then you can easily hide Meet in the Gmail app. Google has provided an OFF switch, which will disable Meet from the Gmail app.

Hide/Remove Google Meet tab from Gmail app on Android

To turn off Meet in Gmail app, you need to go to Gmail settings and choose the account and uncheck the Meet tab to disable meet in Gmail app.

  1. Open Gmail on your device and tap the hamburger menu icon from the top left.
  2. Scroll down and open Settings.
  3. Choose an account and tap on the Gmail address to open the settings specific to that Google Account.
  4. Scroll to General > Meet, and turn off the toggle to show the Meet button.
  5. If you are using multiple accounts, you’ll need to disable the Meet tab for each of them individually by following the same steps for each.
  6. Done, your Gmail app will revert to its old design.

Wrapping Up:

By following these simple steps, you can remove Meet Tab From Gmail on Android and revert to its old design. The whole process only takes a few seconds, and you won’t see the Meet tab again.

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Sumit Bahl
Sumit is a Tech and Gadget freak and loves writing about Android and Tech, his favorite past time is playing video games and binge-watching TV Series.


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