Record a call in Google MeetFollow
If you're organizing a call in Google Meet, here's what you need to know to make sure it's recorded.
Due to security considerations, Google Meet only automatically admits people to a meeting if they are signed-in users who belong to the company domain, or if they are included in the meeting invite. Otherwise, the participants, including Gong, need to be admitted from the waiting room.
Your organization may have connected with Google Meet in order to leverage Gong's consent page for capturing recording consent.
Your admin will have set up your organization settings to use one of the following types of link to the Gong consent page:
Dynamic link: A unique, dynamic link to the consent page will be assigned to every meeting you organize, and included in the meeting invitation. Upon joining the meeting, participants can consent to be recorded or, if set up in your org settings, may opt out of recording. The link will look something like this:
https://join.gong.io/[YOUR COMPANY NAME]/[firstname].[lastname]/[unique meeting ID]
You must use the Gong calendar add-in to schedule meetings in this way. The add-in may have been added to your calendar in a company-wide installation - best to check with your Gong tech admin.
When setting up meetings, you must use the add-in to automatically enter the Gong consent page link.
Personal meeting room (static) link: A static link to the consent page will be assigned to every meeting you organize, and included in the meeting invitation. This link is unique to you, and you can find it in your Gong profile page. This link will look something like this:
https://join.gong.io/[YOUR COMPANY NAME]/[firstname].[lastname]
When setting up meetings, use the calendar add-in to automatically enter the Gong consent page link, or manually paste your link in the meeting invite.
Your admin can also let you decide which type of link to use.