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Guide on how to integrate MeetGeek with Slack

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This guide describes the steps to integrate your Slack workspace with MeetGeek. This means that you will be able to share meetings or highlights with your workspace.

How to integrate Slack with MeetGeek

  1. In the MeetGeek dashboard go to the Integrations page and click on the Slack card.

  2. Once the card is open, click the "Connect" button.

  3. Grant the necessary permissions and the integration is successfully enabled.

Note: You can add multiple workspaces by clicking Connect multiple times.

Now let's review the case when you want to automatically send certain highlights or all future meetings to your Slack channel, and how you can do that.

How to automatically send meeting assets to Slack

  1. Go to the Integrations page.

  2. Select if you want a meeting or a highlight to be shared.

  3. Enter a name pattern in the "Which name contains" input. E.g. "Demo Call". If left empty, all meetings or highlights will be considered.

  4. Select Slack as the destination and choose a channel from the new dropdown.

  5. Press the Save workflow button.

Any future meetings or highlights that include the specified name will be automatically shared in your Slack channel right after that meeting is finished.

How to share a past meeting in Slack

If you do not want to automate the syncing of your meetings and highlights with Slack but still want to share a specific meeting highlight there, you can proceed with the manual setup.

  1. Once you have Slack integration enabled, open a past meeting (e.g. from the past meetings page)

  2. In the Summary View, when hovering over a highlight, you will see contextual buttons for that highlight.

  3. Press the Share meeting button and a new view will open.

  4. Press on the Slack logo and a dropdown will appear with the available workspaces and their respective channels.

In your channel on Slack, you should receive a message like the one below:

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