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Create a meeting across organizational units

To create a meeting between a Google Meet hardware device in your organization and a Google Meet hardware device in a different organization, complete the following steps. This method requires that both organizations use Google Workspace and Google Calendar.

Organizations are defined by the domain name where the Meet hardware devices are installed. The domain name is the unique name that appears after the @ sign in your company email address and after www. in your website address.

Schedule a meeting between organizations

  1. Verify that the requirements are complete.
  2. Create a Google Calendar event that includes a Google Meet hardware room and the email address for a user at the external organization.
    1. Add a Google Meet hardware room.
      1. Tap or click rooms.
      2. Click the room name to add a meeting room.
    2. Add the external user's email address (this is the Google Workspace user from the external domain name).  
      1. Tap or click Guests.
      2. Enter the email address.
    3. Complete the other meeting settings, such as the meeting time and name, and tap or click Save.
      For details, see Create a meeting.
  3. When the user on the external Google Workspace domain receives the invitation, they must add their own Meet hardware room to the event:
    1. Open the Google Calendar event and tap or click Edit .
    2. Tap or click Roomsand thenclick the room name to add a Meet hardware room.
    3. Tap or click Save.
      The meeting event appears on the Meet hardware monitors at both locations at the scheduled time.  
  4. Tap or click the meeting name to join the meeting.

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