Once you schedule a Google Meet through Google Calendar, it is possible to manage your invitees from the Meet interface. See who you invited, their RSVP status, notes, and when you made them optional.
You can even open a Google Chat from Meet for all those attendees who havent shown up yet. See if theyre coming or provide them with a gentle reminder that the meeting has started.
Note: By July 2022, the feature is open to Google Workspace subscribers excluding Google Workspace Essentials and Enterprise Essentials.
View Calendar Attendees in Google Meet
Rather than just seeing who has joined your Google Meet, you can view who else you invited along with other details.
Once the Google Meet begins, choose the participant icon on underneath right.
This opens a sidebar on the proper side that presents those on the decision at the very top among others youve invited in the bottom.
In the event that you made an attendee optional, youll see this directly below their name.
You can even see their RSVP status on the icon. So, youll know immediately who accepted, who might join, and who declined.
If the individual included an email making use of their RSVP, you may also see this below their name.
For Google users you invited, it is possible to choose the chat icon close to their name. This opens Google Chat right to a conversation with see your face.
This can be a great way to remind them of the meeting or even to see should they still intend to attend.
In the event that you plan a Google Calendar ending up in many attendees, the opportunity to manage those invites right in Google Meet is convenient. Its one among those little extras which makes Googles Calendar and Meet integration ideal for business.