Dialpad Meetings lets users adjust their Meetings settings in a few clicks. You can modify your meeting URL, PIN settings, audio greeting, hold music, and other areas to customize the experience.
From the Dialpad Meetings dashboard, navigate to Settings to see the full list of meetings settings.
Change Meeting URL
To change your meeting URL head to your Dialpad Meetings settings.
- Navigate to Personal room URL and click Change
- Enter the new meeting URL (minimum of 5 characters) and click Confirm
Change Meetings Phone Number
Get in touch with our Dialpad Meetings Support Team to change your meeting phone number
You may, however, add a PIN as a requirement for participants to join your meetings. To do that, navigate to Settings > Phone Number and select the toggle to enable a PIN. Dialpad Meetings will then display your organizer PIN and ask if you'd like to generate a new PIN for participants.
Choose Dialpad Meetings' default "Joining meeting now" or a custom greeting to play for participants before they join your meeting.
If you'd like a custom audio greeting, click the 'Upload audio file' button and select the file from your device. It must be an MP3 file and no longer than 10MB in size.
You'll need to be a Dialpad Meetings Business user to customize your greeting, and team members must first have custom hold music enabled by their Admin before making any changes.
Choose hold music to play for participants before the meeting begins.
Users can choose among a variety of sounds, including Dialpad Meetings' popular "I'm On Hold" track.
Dialpad Meetings will accept custom hold music, too. Click the 'Upload audio file' button and select the file from your device. It must be an MP3 file and no larger than 10MB in size.
You'll need a Dialpad Meetings Business license to customize your hold music, and team members must first have custom hold music enabled by their Admin before making any changes.
Auto-Lock & Enable Your Waiting Room
Automatically lock a meeting after a certain amount of time passes from the start time and after any unlocks. Once a meeting is locked, Users who attempt to join your meeting will be sent to your waiting room, where they will wait until you permit them to join your meeting room.
Set a meeting to lock after 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes, or 1 hour.
Your hold music will play when anyone is in your waiting room.
Meeting Countdown Timer
Set a meeting timer for the Organizer and all Participants to see; an alert plays at the end of the countdown.
Keep in mind that, while the Organizer needs a Dialpad Meetings Business license, any Participant in their conference may view, set, and stop a meeting timer.
Automatically Open Meetings
Choose between automatically launching the Dialpad Meetings desktop app, or within the Dialpad App.
- Open your Dialpad Meetings settings and scroll down to the "Automatically open meetings in" section.
- Click the dropdown arrow and choose between opening your meeting in the Meetings desktop app, from your browser, or from the Dialpad App.
Do note that some companies face compliance issues regarding browsers and cannot install third-party software like Google Chrome. The desktop hand-off feature allows the user to launch Dialpad Meetings from the desktop app, bypassing the browser.
Other Meeting Settings Toggles
- Allow meetings to start without me: If turned on, meetings will start when multiple Participants join rather than placing them on hold until you (the Organizer) join
- Allow anyone to screen share: If turned on, Participants can screen-share during your meeting
- Enable automatic recording: If turned on, you (the Organizer) and all Participants will hear a prompt alerting that the meeting's audio and video is being recorded; video recording is limited to Dialpad Meetings Business
- Enable automatic Voice Intelligence: If turned on, Voice Intelligence will automatically start transcribing meetings and store transcriptions in the call summary
- Log meeting chat logs: If turned on, chat transcripts will be saved for each meeting and stored in the call summary
- Anyone with a link can access recordings: If turned on, you (the Organizer) can share your call summary, which includes the option to play or download recorded audio, with Participants
- Anyone with a link can access chats: If turned on, you (the Organizer) can share your call summary, which includes the option to view chat logs, with Participants
- Play entry/exit chimes during call: If turned on, an entry chime will play for the first 5 Participants who join, and an exit chime will play for the last 5 Participants who leave; turning this off will only play for the first Participant in order to alert the Organizer
- Auto-expand chat on the first message: If turned on, the chat side-bar will automatically expand into view upon receiving the first message
- Allow capture of custom action items: If turned on, you (the Organizer) and Participants will be able to capture custom action items during your conferences
- Allow co-hosts with access to organizer controls: allows other Participants to have Organizer privileges during an active meeting.
Please note that some of these toggles require a Dialpad Meetings Business license, and team members may need to request them as an option through their Admin.
Users can control what occurs when a 'spammy' call reaches their Dialpad Meetings meeting. Decide which types of callers are considered spam and how they're handled.
Check out our help article here for more information.
Choose the language for Dialpad Meetings to operate in
Choose the time zone and if your Dialpad Meetings account should display all time zones for participants.
Lastly, also available on the settings page are your Notification options. Check out how Meetings notifications work in this help article.