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What Calendar Integrations or Video Conferencing Options does Donut support?
What Calendar Integrations or Video Conferencing Options does Donut support?

From GCal to Outlook, Zoom to MS Teams, Donut can seamlessly integrate with a variety of meeting and conferencing tools.

Carrie Biggar avatar
Written by Carrie Biggar
Updated over a week ago

If you're looking for quick and easy ways to help your team successfully meet up for Donut Intros, we have a few integrations that can help! With a couple of quick clicks, you can set up the right combination of features to get your team on the right track.

Scheduling Options

Google Calendar Integration
If your team uses Google Calendar, Donut's GCal integration makes it easy for your team to book Donut meetings with one another, directly from Slack.

Microsoft Outlook Integration
If your team uses Microsoft Outlook Calendar, Donut's Outlook integration makes it easy for your team to book Donut meetings with one another, directly from Slack.

๐Ÿ”ฅ Hot Tip: Enable the "Automatic Scheduling" feature, and Donut will automatically schedule your meetings if nobody in the group initiates the scheduling process.

Pre-set Meeting Time
Donut's Pre-set Meeting Time allows you to pre-schedule Donut meetings for your team by selecting a certain day & time that you'd like all participants to meet (such as Thursdays at 10 am).

Video Conferencing Options

Zoom video conferencing allows teammates to easily host and join remote Donut meetings with one another, directly from Donut DMs in Slack or calendar invites.

Google Meet / Microsoft Teams Conferencing
MS Teams and Google Meet video conferencing connects with Donut's Google Calendar or Microsoft Outlook meetings so calendar invites automatically include a meeting link for teammates to join.

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