1. Make sure your Chromebook is plugged in 100% of the time you are on a Google Meet.
2. Make sure that ALL other tabs are closed except for the Google Meet. If you have to open up another tab, make sure it is only one tab.
3. If you HAVE TO open up another tab, try muting your video before doing so. That will save on the available Chromebook processor resources and allow you to open the second tab.
4. Make sure your LAYOUT is on SPOTLIGHT only. Click the 3 vertical dots in the bottom-right corner of the Google Meet, then click "Layout" and then select SPOTLIGHT. This uses FAR less CPU of your Chromebook.
5. Do not use the backgrounds or blur, it will use significant CPU and cause you to be kicked out of the Google Meet
6. Make use of the Troubleshooting and Help option in Google Meet if you encounter video or audio problems. Click the 3 vertical dots in the bottom-right corner of the Google Meet, then click "Troubleshooting and Help". This opens a window that shows you the connection delay (should be near 0ms) and CPU usage (shouldn't be at 100% or you will have problems).
7. If you continue to have problems, click on this link and walk through the steps on our Device Troubleshooting Page