Configuring your Booking pages to use Google Meet

The ScheduleOnce connector for Google Meet completely automates the provisioning of Google Meet sessions. Customers receive a single ScheduleOnce confirmation, including all meeting details in their local time zone. You can configure your Booking pages to use Google Meet by editing the Location settings of the Booking page. 

In this article, you'll learn how to configure your Booking pages to use Google Meet. 

Configuring your Booking pages to use Google Meet

Connect ScheduleOnce to your Google Meet account first, and then follow these steps:

  1. Click Setup -> ScheduleOnce setup in the top navigation bar. 
  2. Select the Booking page that you want to configure. 
  3. Select Location settings (Figure 1).
    Figure 1: Location settings
  4. In the Meeting location step, select This is a virtual meeting.
  5. In the Who provides conferencing information? step, select Conferencing information is provided by the Owner (you).
  6. In the Edit conferencing information step, select the Google Meet video conferencing option (Figure 2).
    Figure 2: Google Meet video conferencing
  7. Click Save.

You're all set! When a booking is made, Google Meet session details are integrated with all ScheduleOnce notifications and a Google Meet session will be automatically created.

NoteWhen you use Session packages, each session includes its unique video conferencing details.

  • Schedule and reschedule notification emails that are sent to a Customer include a Conferencing info link next to each selected time. 
  • When the Customer clicks on the link, the scheduling confirmation page opens as if a single booking was made, displaying the full booking details including the video conferencing information for the session.
  • Every reminder that the Customer receives includes the full booking details including the video conferencing information, as if a single booking was made.
  • All calendar events for the Owner and Customer include the complete video conferencing information for each session.
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