Inviting people to a Google Meet meeting

The Pexip Service allows any standards-based video conferencing systems on SIP or H.323, and Skype for Business clients, to seamlessly connect to Google Meet meetings.

Inviting VTC/SfB users to a Google Meet meeting

Users in your organization can schedule meetings as normal via their Google Calendar or Outlook (with the Google Outlook add-in for Office 365), and choose to add Google Meet conferencing within their event options. The joining instructions for internal and external standards-based video conferencing systems, and Skype for Business users, are then automatically included in, or linked from, the calendar invitation and event.

All calls are routed into the Google Meet conference by means of the meeting ID that is associated with that conference.

Meeting IDs are generated automatically by Google Meet. The meeting could have a long ID, a short ID, or both a long and short ID, depending on how you have configured your Google Meet interop settings within the Google Admin console. Long IDs are added to calendar events and invites when events are created; short IDs and Skype for Business joining instructions are available from a "More joining options" link in the calendar event or invite. If you use the shared Pexip domain (gmeet.pexip.me) then you must use short IDs.

For ad hoc conferences, links to the meeting IDs are presented to the host when the meeting is initiated and are also available from the Meeting details option while in the conference.