Intro to MeetGeek

Quick MeetGeek setup overview

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Written by Dan Huru
Updated over a week ago

Getting started with MeetGeek is easy! Read this article to get an overview of how MeetGeek works and set yourself up for success!

Meeting summary and recording with MeetGeek

1. Create a MeetGeek account

Sign up with your Google or Outlook account.


There is no installation or admin consent required. MeetGeek works with free Zoom, Google Meet, and MS Teams accounts. For MS Teams, you need a business account. Personal accounts will be supported later on.

2. Run an online meeting.

From your calendar

If you previously granted calendar access, MeetGeek will join any Zoom, Google Meet, or Microsoft Teams meeting in your calendar, regardless if you are the host or not. You can control which meetings to join from your Upcoming Meetings page or your Account Settings. Plus, you can always pause and resume the recording.

Note: During the meeting, you'll notice a MeetGeek bot joining as a participant and informing via chat that the call is being recorded. The host of the meeting might need to admit the bot into the meeting from the lobby.

Important: It's a good practice to inform others that MeetGeek is part of the call. Here are some nice intros that you can use to make everyone on the call feel comfortable.

Upload a previous recording

Alternatively, you can upload a media file (mp4, mp3, or other) from the Uploads page.

3. Check your email and MeetGeek dashboard

Soon after the call ends, you'll receive an email with the meeting summary and a link to the meeting output. You will have access to the meeting video recording, synchronized transcript, summary, topics, meeting insights, and much more!

Note: Immediately after the call ends, you will see it on your Past Meetings page, being analyzed. If the meeting lasted at least 5 minutes and has a transcript, you will also receive an email notification with the summary.

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4. (Optional) Share with teammates and customers

Your team will love it if you make some of your meetings optional! Share a summary or specific highlights.

Related article: How meeting sharing works

5. (Optional) Integrate with your favorite tools

You can synchronize meeting summaries, highlights, and transcripts to your favorite tools. Check our integrations to learn more about popular use cases.

You’re set to go! Explore our Support Center for further guides, frequently asked questions, and tips. Or use the in-app live chat to reach out to our support team.

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