Schedule a Meeting
  • 30 May 2023
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Article Summary

Meetings make the world go round, and with Dialpad Meetings, scheduling meetings is a breeze. 

Let's take a look at scheduling a meeting in Dialpad Meetings.

Schedule a Meeting

Schedule a Meeting as an Organizer and invite all Participants to join you at a specific date and time.

To schedule a meeting, head to your Dialpad Meetings dashboard and select Schedule for Later.

  1. Enter the date, time, and length of the meeting
  2. Select the desired repetition option — you can repeat the same meeting weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly
  3. Invite other Participants by name, email address, or phone number
  4. Add the meeting to Google Calendar, iCal, Outlook, or Yahoo Calendar
  5. Select Schedule Meeting 

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If you're on a Dialpad Meetings Business license, you're also able to dial out to Participants automatically.

Once scheduled, the meeting will appear on your list of upcoming meetings.

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If you've linked your Salesforce account, scheduled meetings also appear in Salesforce as a Task.

Tip:
You can also bookmark the Schedule menu for easy access in the future.

End-of-Meeting (5-Minute) Reminder

When enabled, Dialpad Meetings displays a 5-minute reminder for meetings scheduled directly, or any meetings scheduled using the Add-On for Google Calendar (see special instructions).

This allows the Organizer and all other Participants to understand the meeting reached its scheduled end; however, the meeting will not officially end until the Organizer ends it or the Participants leave. Each person must dismiss the 5-minute reminder on their own, so the Organizer dismissing it will not do so for any Participants.

Keep in mind that this capability still works even if you've set a Meeting Countdown Timer during the conference. Both the 5-minute reminder and the meeting timer will appear simultaneously in the top-left corner.


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