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How to notify the host when scheduling a Google Meet?

  • 30 July 2023
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Hi,

I have a zap where I use ‘Schedule a Meeting in Google Meet’ to schedule a meeting.

There is an option to include attendee emails in this step. 

Meeting invitation mail is sent to everyone here, but not the host. Even if I specifically add the email of the host, It is not sending.

How do I intimate to the host that a meeting is scheduled.

Thanks,

Ram

 

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Best answer by Troy Tessalone 30 July 2023, 19:45

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Hi @Ram RP 

Good question.

We will need to see screenshots with how your Zap steps are configured to have enough context.

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Hi, 

Please find the screen shots below:

Emails are sent to everyone in the attendee emails list. I also tried adding email of the host. The mail did not go to them

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@Ram RP

No email notification is sent to the GCal owner because their account is being used to create the event.

In other words, if you are throwing a party, you don’t invite yourself since you are hosting.

 

The GCal owner will get a notification when an invitee changes their status. (accepted/declined)

 

You can add another Zap step to send an Email to the GCal owner email using Gmail.

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@Ram RP 

A trick to try is to use a modified email address for the GCal owner.

 

 

 

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Got it, Thanks for the reply