Seamlessly Schedule GoTo Calls
Arrangr seamlessly integrates with GoToMeeting to let you easily schedule GoToMeeting calls without wasting time or mental effort. Once you schedule a GoToMeeting meeting through Arrangr, Arrangr will automatically generate the GoToMeeting link, insert it into your calendar, and share it with your participants. See how to get set up to leverage the power of Arrangr with GoToMeeting below:
Link GoToMeeting to Arrangr
The first thing you'll want to do is link your GoToMeeting account to your Arrangr account. Fortunately, this is pretty easy to do. Just go to your Arrangr Profile & Settings (https://arrangr.com/my_profile) and then click on the "Integrations" section. Then, click the "Link my account" button under where it says "GoToMeeting". This will take you over to GoToMeeting, where they'll ask you to confirm that you want to give Arrangr permission to access your GoToMeeting account. After you confirm with GoToMeeting, you'll be returned to Arrangr, and your account will be linked!
Set Up GoToMeeting on Your Scheduling Pages
If you want to let others schedule GoToMeeting meetings with you using your Arrangr scheduling pages, then you should make sure that GoToMeeting is selected as a call method in the scheduling page's settings. To do so, go to https://arrangr.com/scheduling_pages to see your scheduling pages. If you haven't set up your main scheduling page yet, then follow the steps to set it up. Now, from your list of scheduling pages, click on the "settings" button for the page where you want to offer GoToMeeting meetings. Then click on "Place/Call Method" in the left-hand menu. Then click the "edit" button at the top of the page. Make sure that "Remote Meetings" are enabled, then in the list of enabled/preferred call methods, if GoToMeeting is not present then click "Add a call method option", and select GoToMeeting.
Select GoToMeeting When Composing Invites
When you are sending a custom 1:1 invite, or creating a group event or poll, you can select GoToMeeting as the call method in the "Where/How" step.