Whether your 1:1s tend to be remote or in-person, it's common to add a videoconference link so that there's always a virtual location for the meeting.

Here's a complete guide on how to add videoconferencing to your Smart 1:1s in Reclaim.

Different ways to add videoconferencing to Smart 1:1s

There are three ways to add videoconference details to a Smart 1:1:

  1. Via Reclaim's integrations: Reclaim integrates with Zoom and Google Meet, and you can add conference details to your Smart 1:1 while setting it up or editing it via these integrations.

  2. Via the Location field: You can also paste a videoconference link into the "Location" field when setting up or editing a Smart 1:1.

  3. Via events in Google Calendar: After the Smart 1:1 has been scheduled, you can use your videoconference calendar add-on of choice to add videoconferencing directly in Google Calendar, and it will be automatically applied to all events for the Smart 1:1 series.

Adding videoconference details via Reclaim's integrations

When setting up your Smart 1:1, or when you're editing it, you can add Zoom or Google Meet videoconferencing automatically using Reclaim's integration with those platforms.

From any Smart 1:1, simply click on the dropdown under "Video Conferencing". If you haven't installed the Zoom integration for Reclaim, you'll see an option called "+ Add Zoom" that will redirect you to Zoom to add it.

Adding videoconference details via the Location field

If you're unable to install the Zoom integration, or use a videoconferencing solution that Reclaim doesn't integrate with, you can simply paste a link into the Location field of a Smart 1:1 when creating or editing it:

Adding videoconference details directly via Google Calendar

If neither of these methods work for you, no problem -- you can always add videoconferencing information after the fact directly to the events in Google Calendar using your calendar add-on of choice.

When you add videoconferencing via Google Calendar add-ons to any Smart 1:1 event, Reclaim will pick that information up and apply it to all Smart 1:1 events in the series.

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