On your meeting dashboard, you can create a new meeting, import your calendar, view upcoming & past meetings, view pending approvals, and see a summary of your week.  

Create a Meeting 

You can schedule your first meeting by selecting the “Create a Meeting” button. If you’ve already conducted your meeting and just need to document your minutes, you will still need to create a meeting (with the option to select a past meeting date). If your meeting is at a future date, you can include the meeting details, which will automatically be sent to your attendees. This includes conference line number, web conference links, or the location address. 

Import Calendar 

Easily import your existing calendar for streamlined meeting scheduling. To import your existing calendar, simply select your already exported calendar as a .ICS file and click “Upload.” If you are unsure of how to export your calendar, click on the “need help” link or read below:  

Google Calendar 

  1. Open Google Calendar in your web browser. 
  2. In the top left corner, click on the three horizontal lines to open the menu. 
  3. Select “Settings.” 
  4. Under “Settings,” click on the calendar you want to export on the left sidebar. 
  5. Scroll down to the “Export” section. 
  6. Click on the “Export” button. 
  7. A file named “calendar.ics” will be downloaded to your computer. 

Microsoft Calendar 

  1. Open Microsoft Outlook. 
  2. Click on “File” in the top left corner. 
  3. Select “Open & Export” and then choose “Import/Export.” 
  4. Choose “Export to a file” and click “Next.” 
  5. Select “Comma Separated Values” as the file type and click “Next.” 
  6. Choose the calendar you want to export and click “Next.” 
  7. Browse to choose the location where you want to save the file, give it a name, and click “Finish.” 

Apple Calendar 

  1. Open the Calendar app on your Mac. 
  2. Select the calendar you want to export from the left sidebar. 
  3. Click “File” in the top menu and choose “Export.” 
  4. Choose a location to save the .ics file, and click “Export.” 

  1. Go to and sign in. 
  2. Click on the calendar icon at the bottom left. 
  3. On the left side, click on the three dots to open the settings menu. 
  4. Choose “View all Outlook settings.” 
  5. Select “General” and then “Privacy and data.” 
  6. Under the “Export” section, click on “Export.” 
  7. A file named “calendar.ics” will be downloaded to your computer. 

Helpful Tips 

  • The import calendar process will automatically filter out events marked as “all day,” events that span multiple days, and events older than one month 
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