Each meeting is given a unique meeting code. Codes expire based on what product the meeting is created from. You can create meetings from:
- Google Calendar
- Google Chat
- Google Classroom
- Google Meet Breakout rooms
- Google Meet homepage - meet.google.com.
- Google Meeting room device
- Google Nest
- Other third-party software. For example, Outlook.
Check when your code expires
To make sure you don't join a meeting with an expired code and to better plan for the future meetings you create, check when meeting codes expire.
Meetings started in Google Calendar
Meeting codes expire when these conditions are met:
- The meeting code hasn’t been used for 365 days.
- The meeting code isn’t associated with any future calendar events.
Tip: If a code is generated in another product, then pasted on a Calendar invite, that meeting isn’t a Calendar-generated meeting. The code expires based on what product the meeting is created from.
Meetings started from Google Chat
Meetings started in Google Classroom
Meetings started from Gmail
Meetings started from Breakout rooms in Google Meet
Meetings started from the Google Meet homepage - i.e. meet.google.com
Meetings started from meeting room hardware
Meetings started in Google Nest
Meeting codes generated by speaking to your Nest device and saying “Hey Google, start a meeting” expire 365 days after last use.
Meeting codes generated by starting a meeting after tapping on the Nest display expire 365 days after the last useWorkspace users in the beta program only: Meeting codes generated by usage of meeting nicknames expire instantly once all users leave the meeting.