Prevent no-shows with Meeting Reminder Emails

We've all scheduled a meeting with someone only to have it rescheduled or cancelled at the last minute. That's why we're excited to launch Meeting Reminder Emails throughout Meetingbird. They allow you to schedule a friendly reminder email that will go out to attendees a few hours or days in advance of the meeting's start time.

Here's how to get started with Reminder Emails:

Using Email Reminders in Google Calendar

  1. Install the Meetingbird Chrome extension
  2. When viewing the details of an event in Google Calendar, you'll see a new section to setup reminder emails. Simply click the checkbox to schedule the reminder email:
  1. To enable Reminder Emails for your personal Meet link, go to the "Other Settings" tab of your Meet preferences.
  2. There, you'll see an option to enable email reminders and to add a custom logo the reminder emails.
  1. Create a new custom Meet Link by clicking "Share Availability" in Meetingbird or from the Chrome Extension
  2. Use the Reminder Email dropdown menu to set a reminder

Once you enable a reminder email for a meeting, Meetingbird will ensure that it's sent at the perfect time. Even if the meeting is rescheduled to a later date, Meetingbird will automatically adjust to the new meeting start time. Any replies to a reminder email (for example, an attendee letting you know they can no longer make the meeting), will be sent to your email inbox.

We're excited to see how you make the most of Meetingbird's newest feature. Let us know your thoughts on Twitter (@meetingbird) or reach out to us at feedback@meetingbird.com.