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Set up Google Meet integration
Set up Google Meet integration

Use Google Meet for Telehealth appointments. Create and send Google Meet meetings easily.

Updated over a week ago


Connect your Google Calendar to Splose to automatically integrate Google Meet and create meetings with Google Meet.

This guide will cover:

  • Connecting Google Calendar

  • Adding Google Meet meeting links through confirmation and reminders

  • Creating Google Meet links for appointments

How to connect Google Calendar

Go to My Account, Integrations and click Connect under Google Calendar.

Select your Google account.

Make sure to click the checkbox to access to your calendar, then click Continue.

You will be taken back to Splose. Google Meet will be automatically connected!

Add Google Meet meeting links through confirmations and reminders

Go to Settings, Appointment templates. We recommend duplicating your existing Appointment confirmation and Reminder and renaming it to Confirmation (Google Meet) and Reminder (Google Meet), so that you don't need to write your templates from scratch.

Update the content of your templates and make sure to add the Google Meet link placeholder code under the Appointment button.

Repeat for the Email content.

Repeat this process for your reminder template.

Set up your services

Go to Settings, services, and create/edit your Telehealth service(s).

Under Telehealth, click Create meeting with Google Meet.

Scroll to Appointment notifications and select the Google Meet confirmation and reminder templates.

Creating Google Meet links

When you create an appointment from the calendar or a client creates a Telehealth appointment online, a Google Meet meeting link will be created and sent to the client through your confirmations and reminders.

If you haven't set up automatic Google Meet meetings in Service settings, you can create a Google Meet Meeting from an existing appointment - just keep in mind you will need to send the Google Meet meeting link to your clients manually.

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