How to Add a Meeting Link to your 1-on-1

Users can add a video meeting link to their 1-on-1s, regardless of whether they initiated the 1-on-1 or it was launched for them as part of a cycle.

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How to Add a Meeting Link to an Open 1-on-1
How to Add a Meeting Link when Starting a New 1-on-1

How to Add a Meeting Link to an Open 1-on-1

Either participant in a 1-on-1 (that is, either the employee or facilitator of the 1-on-1) can add a meeting link to any open 1-on-1. To add a meeting link, such as a Zoom or Teams link, open your 1-on-1. Click the edit icon that appears next to No Meeting Link.

Next, insert the URL for your meeting under Video Meeting Link and click Save. If this 1-on-1 has been scheduled for a particular date and time, the link to the meeting will be added to the Outlook calendar invitation for this 1-on-1. 

Once the link has been added, both participants of the 1-on-1 will be able to start the 1-on-1 directly from within the 1-on-1 by clicking the link that was added. 


In addition, both participants will be able to start the 1-on-1 from their 1-on-1s page by clicking the video icon next to the 1-on-1. 


How to Add a Meeting Link when Starting a New 1-on-1


You also have the option to add a videoconference link to any 1-on-1 that you start. Once you select the template you want to use for your 1-on-1, you will see the option to click the Video Meeting Link button to paste in the link you would like to use for your meeting. 

Once you click Create 1-on-1, your 1-on-1 will be live and the meeting link will be accessible both from within the 1-on-1 and from the main 1-on-1s screen. Both you and the person you're meeting with can change or remove the meeting link at any time by clicking the edit icon next to the meeting link on the right side of the screen. 



If the user who creates the 1-on-1 schedules the meeting for a particular date and time, both participants in the 1-on-1 will receive a calendar invitation for the date and time of the meeting that includes the meeting link. 


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How to Add a Meeting Link to an Existing 1-on-1

Either participant in a 1-on-1 (that is, either the employee or facilitator of the 1-on-1) can add a meeting link to any open 1-on-1. To add a meeting link, such as a Zoom or Teams link, open your 1-on-1. In the top left corner, click the edit icon next to No Meeting Link. 

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Next, insert the URL for your meeting under Video Meeting Link and click Save
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Once you have saved the video meeting link to your 1-on-1, both you and your colleague will be able to start the 1-on-1 by clicking the link directly from within the 1-on-1 or from the main 1-on-1s screen by clicking the video icon next to the 1-on-1.

If this 1-on-1 has been scheduled for a particular date and time, the link to the meeting will be included on the calendar invitation. 


How to Add a Meeting Link when Initiating a 1-on-1


You also have the option to add a videoconference link to any 1-on-1 that you start. Once you select the template you want to use for your 1-on-1, you will see the option to click the Video Meeting Link button to paste in the link you would like to use for your meeting. 

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Once you click Create 1-on-1, your 1-on-1 will be live and the meeting link will be accessible both from within the 1-on-1 and from the main 1-on-1s screen. Both you and the person you're meeting with can change or remove the meeting link at any time by clicking the edit icon next to the meeting link from within the 1-on-1. 
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If you also choose to schedule your 1-on-1  meeting for a particular date and time, both you and the coworker you're meeting with will receive a calendar invitation for the date and time of the meeting that includes the video meeting link.