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How to record and view meetings
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Written by Thomas Hernandez
Updated over a week ago

Overview

With Claap's calendar integration, previewing your upcoming meeting schedule and accessing your corresponding meeting recordings has never been easier.

To use the features described below, you first need to connect your calendar to Claap. Check out Google Calendar integration or Outlook Calendar integration to get started.

"My meetings" page

Once your calendar is connected, open My meetings page from the lateral bar:

From there you will find two useful tabs: "Upcoming" and "Meeting recordings"

  • The Upcoming tab allows you to preview your upcoming scheduled meetings for the current day and next couple of weeks:

  • The Meeting recordings tab gives you access to all of your previously recorded meetings:

    Note these meetings will also show up in My claaps

Meetings listed in the Upcoming tab can have different states:

  • An upcoming meeting that has not yet started will be shown as follows:

  • A meeting which is in progress will be shown with a Join meeting link. Clicking on that link will directly open the corresponding meeting page in a new tab. If the meeting is currently being recorded, a Recording label will appear, as below:

  • A meeting which is over and has been recorded will show a View recording link, which will direct you to the corresponding recording page:

  • A meeting which has passed and was not recorded will be shown with a Not recorded label:

Recording your meeting and viewing the recording

In order for your meeting to be recorded and show up in your Meeting recordings, simply join the meeting and start recording with the Chrome extension.

For help recording your Google Meet meetings you can check the article How to record meetings in Google Meet.

After your meeting ends, you can access it in My claaps and in My meetings.

When viewing your meeting recording, you can also see information about the people who were in the meeting invite. Check the "People" field below the video player:

Hovering over that field will show you more details. You can see in the tooltip email information for each person, organization information, whether the person was an external attendee, and who was the organizer:

A meeting recording is similar to any other recording. You can share it, comment and mention people, edit or trim the video, see Speaker Insights and Views, and of course generate an AI Summary.

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