Frequently Asked Questions

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MeetApps will detect any meeting from the following 8 platforms in your Google Calendar.

  1. Google Meet
  2. Zoom
  3. Microsoft Teams
  4. Skype
  5. GoToMeeting
  6. Cisco Webex
  7. Amazon Chime
  8. BlueJeans

Currently, it only works with Google Chrome. However, listing on Firefox store and Safari may be added in the future. 

Yes, the extension can be customized according to the organization’s needs, please contact us for more information.

Yes, the extension has a meeting notification feature that can be set up in the settings. You can choose the time before the meeting when you want to be notified.

Yes, the meeting can be started automatically. You can set the time before the meeting you want to auto-start it in the settings.

In your browser, click the puzzle icon in the top right corner. A list of your installed extensions will appear,
 on the pin icon next to MeetApps. Now you can easily check your schedule and know when your upcoming meeting is.

No, MeetApps only uses your calendar information to detect video call links. It does not store or save any of your calendar information. Only your email is stored for licensing purposes.
Once customers authorize from Google, users’ computers and their Google Calendars communicate directly.

Click on the extension icon shows a list of upcoming meetings. Please note that the rejected meetings and the ones
which don’t have any meeting URL will not be listed

MeetApps integrates with Google Calendar and lists upcoming online meetings from multiple platforms.
Direct integration with individual platforms is not supported due to privacy issues.

Just by a glance to the extension icon, users can know when their next meeting is.. For example, 13m means the next
meeting is about to start in 13 minutes.

Clicking on any event in the extension will launch the meeting. You don’t have to go to your Google Calendar, search
for the meeting, search for a meeting URL in the event and click on it. Clicking on an event in MeetApps will directly
open the meeting URL.

The app uses Google’s Calendar API to access your calendar and detect video call links. You will need to give permission to the extension to access your calendar when you first install it.

It will only show the most recent link for a meeting. If there are multiple links in your calendar, it will detect one and use that for the meeting.

Yes, you can disable the extension from accessing your calendar at any time from the Google settings. Once the extension is disconnected from your calendar, it will not be able to detect video call links.

MeetApps will detect links from a wide range of video conferencing platforms, but there may be some platforms it may not support. In such a case, you may have to manually copy and paste the link to join the meeting.

It checks for new meetings every 20 minutes. However, the refresh button can be clicked to update the meetings in real time

Currently, it only works with Google Calendar. We are continuously adding more support for other apps, stay updated on our social media handles or visit the website.

You can remove the extension from your browser by following these steps:

  • In Chrome, go to the “More” menu (the three dots in the upper right corner) and select “Extensions”
  • Find the extension in the list of installed extensions and click on the “Remove” or “Uninstall” button.
  • Confirm the removal when prompted.