Google Meet Integration allows you to:
- Create or join a Google Meet meeting associated to an incident.
- Get Google Meet link into your Slack notification.
You can setup this integration as a logged in admin user in the integrations page:
We recommend you integrating with a service account to make sure the integration doesn't break if a user leaves your company.
Google Meet is creating through Google Calendar API ( Yes this is surprising ) so you will have to check the tho other checkboxes like shown below to make sure this integration works.
Google Docs integration needs the following Oauth scopes:
This feature is in beta, contact our team to have it enabled
Under Google Cloud > IAM & Admin > Service Accounts
Create a key, download the JSON format and upload the JSON file into rootly.
Select your service account and add the scope below:
Select Google Calendar and configure Internal sharing options for primary calendar like below:
Now go in your own calendar > Settings and share you calendar with the service account email with make changes to events permission.
Make sure to enter the email of the user you want to impersonate in the rootly integration:
You should be all set.
Create or join a Google Meet meeting is now just one click away !
Google Meet room creation can be fully automated using the Create a Google Meet Room task within workflows.
The task is performed at the incident-level - so, each incident will receive their own separete Google Meet room. This applies to sub-incidents as well.
If you need help or more information about this integration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or use the lower right chat widget to get connected with an engineer.