About Google I/O 2024

About I/O

Discover Google's latest product launches and more.

It's open to everyone online!

Get engaged

Tune in live or on demand

Learn about the latest product launches and updates through keynotes and technical sessions.

Grow your skills

Try new Google products and solutions through self-directed codelabs and guided workshops.

Join a community group

Grow your knowledge of Google technology through meetups, collaboration, and more.

Frequently asked questions

General

When is Google I/O 2024?

This year's event will be broadcast in front of a small live audience and is open to everyone online on May 14, 2024. Tune in to the livestreamed keynotes, then dive into technical content and learning material on demand.

How will Google I/O 2024 work for attendees outside of the US?

One of the exciting things about a digital experience is the opportunity to reach a global audience. Content will be provided on demand and in different languages to serve everyone. Some translated content such as captioned videos may be available shortly after the event. Check out what your local developer community is offering as well.

How can I stay informed on the latest from Google I/O?

Register to receive important information via email about the digital event. To stay up-to-date on the latest information on sessions, speakers, and other activities, check the Google I/O 2024 website, visit the Google Developers blog, and follow us on X, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Join the social conversation about Google I/O 2024 via the official #GoogleIO hashtag.

Registration

What does registration include?

Registration for Google I/O 2024 enables you to stay up to date about the schedule and content along with relevant developer news via email. As a registrant, you can also create a developer profile to get the most out of the digital experience by saving and viewing content that's relevant to you.

What happens if I choose not to register?

If you're unregistered you can still view the keynotes and sessions, but you won't receive communications related to the event. In addition, you won't be able to save content to view later or get recommendations via your developer profile.

I'm under 18 years old. Can I register for Google I/O?

Attendees must be at least 18 years of age to participate in Google I/O.

Google Developer Profile

Why do I need a developer profile for Google I/O?

Creating a developer profile allows you to select interests, receive content recommendations, and save content to your personal My I/O.

Is My I/O different from my developer profile?

Yes. My I/O is powered by your developer profile interests, which can be changed anytime in your settings.

My I/O is a custom panel on the event website that helps you keep track of content you're interested in.

Content you save to My I/O will also be saved to your developer profile dashboard so you can watch it after the event is over.

I'm unable to sign in with my Google account. Why is that?

If you're having trouble signing in to register, it may be that you did not grant developer profile access. This applies regardless of whether or not you have created a profile.

To grant permission, try signing in again and checking the box.

I'm unable to create a profile with my Google Workspace account. Why is that?

The developer profile supports Google Workspace account types. If you're getting an error, you might need your organization's administrator to enable access to the Google Developers service. If you're having this issue, share the following instructions with your organization administrator:

Enable your developer profile for the whole Google Workspace account:

1) From the Admin console Home page, go to Menu > Apps > Additional Google Services

2) Check Google Developers and set Service State to "ON"

3) Click Save.

Note: Groups and Organizational units can also be used to enable or disable the developer profile service. An Admin may have a more custom configuration that enables/disables the service across different user groups, in these situations the Admin can view an individual's account to debug the issue further. See Turn Google Developers on and off for users for more information.

It might take up to 24 hours for changes to appear.

Community

Will there be community-led events (I/O Extended)?

Yes. Check the Community page to learn more.

What happens if I violate the Community Guidelines?

Google reserves the right to refuse admittance to, or remove any person from, any Google hosted event (including future Google events) at any time in its sole discretion. This includes, but is not limited to, attendees behaving in a disorderly manner or failing to comply with this policy, and the terms and conditions herein. If a participant engages in harassing or uncomfortable behavior, the conference organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, including warning or expelling the offender from the conference with no refund or blocking the offender's account from participating online.

How do I report a violation of the Community Guidelines?

Please file a report with io-saysomething@google.com. Our team will review escalations and take the necessary actions.

Terms and conditions

Registration Terms

By registering you acknowledge that your information will be used in accordance with Google's Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

You may not register on behalf of anyone else. Google I/O registration must be used by the original registrant and is non-transferable.

All information entered into the registration form must be correct and accurate to the best of your knowledge. All information must be entered in English. Some of the information entered (such as name and company), will be displayed to other users if you contribute to Q&As or participate in Chat.

Attendees must be at least 18 years of age to attend Google I/O. By registering, you are attesting that you are 18 years of age or older.

Virtual attendance at Google I/O is not allowed by the following:

  • Residents of or individuals ordinarily resident in embargoed countries; or
  • Individuals otherwise prohibited by applicable exports controls or local law.
Event conduct

By registering you agree to follow the Community Guidelines and Anti-Harassment Policy.

Communications

Applicants and attendees can request the deletion of their registration data after the event ends by emailing io-online@google.com.

All registered attendees agree to allow Google to contact them regarding their registration and attendance at the event. By registering, you agree to allow Google to communicate with you via email with information regarding the event.