How to add Recurring Sessions to a Meeting Created from Outlook

Modified on Sun, 16 Oct 2022 at 05:02 PM

In this article, we will cover the steps on how to add recurring sessions to a meeting created from Outlook.



Step 1. Create a meeting


  • To create a meeting in Fluid from Outlook, you will first need to navigate to the Fluid homepage and click on the @ icon in the top right of the 'Upcoming Meetings for Today' section. 



  • A dialog will open with a meeting link. Click on the Copy Link button to copy the meeting link/email address and click Close. You are now able to paste this meeting link as a recipient to the initial meeting invite created in Outlook.


For the complete steps on 'how to create a meeting from Outlook', click here.


Step 2. View your meeting on the meeting dashboard


Once the meeting is created in Outlook, it will be updated in Fluid. 


  • Navigate to the meeting dashboard. You will notice that the meeting displays a message in the Sessions section, outlining that the meeting has been created and originated from an external calendar. In this case - from Outlook.



Step 3. Create the meeting sessions via Outlook 


NOTE: It is important to note that the email address (found on the Fluid homepage) that is used to initially create the meeting via Outlook, is only used at that initial stage. It is not used to create recurring sessions. 


To add recurring sessions to a specific meeting, you need to include the unique meeting email address as a recipient of the original meeting invite.


  • From the meeting dashboard of your meeting, click on the icon to locate the meeting email address.



  • A dialog will open with a meeting link. Click on the Copy Link button to copy the meeting link/email address and click Close.



  • In the original meeting invite created in Outlook, paste this meeting link as a recipientand set the frequency of the meeting from the drop-down menu. Click Send again, to create and send the recurring sessions out to all recipients. 



  • Once the invite has been sent, return to your meeting dashboard in Fluid and view the updated sessions in the Sessions section.



For more on 'how to interact with your meeting via Outlook', click here






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