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Recurring conference calls

Dialpad not only lets you connect through the various features of a conference call, but keeps you on schedule and organized with the option to set up recurring conference calls. Try it out for free with a 14-day free trial! It takes just a few minutes and you'll get set up with a virtual phone number.

Same time next week?

Do you have regular virtual meetings with the same people at the same time every week? Dialpad lets you set up conference calls to start at the same time on a recurring basis. You can choose to have the conference call repeat on a weekly basis, every other week, or in a monthly cadence.

How to schedule recurring calls?

Scheduling recurring conference calls with Dialpad is easy. If your Google or Microsoft 365 Calendar is already synced with Dialpad, simply check the “Recurring” box in your calendar and choose from your preferred time interval: once a week, once every other week, or once a month. You can set up the rest of the recurring call as you would with a regular conference meeting—inviting the meeting participants, selecting the time, and adding all the other necessary details.

You also have the option to schedule a recurring conference call directly within your Dialpad account. You can click on "Schedule for Later" and choose how often the conference should occur. You can also indicate the length of the conference and name the meeting before you select all the invitees for this recurring call.

Why schedule recurring conference calls?

Scheduling recurring conference calls not only helps to save you admin time and the hassle of having to create separate meeting invites, it also helps to block off times on participants' calendars to help everyone stay more organized.

FAQs about recurring meetings

Do all Dialpad plans come with the recurring conference call feature?

Yes, this functionality comes with all Dialpad plans!

Puis-je planifier des réunions récurrentes avec des personnes extérieures à mon entreprise ?

Est-il préférable d'organiser régulièrement des téléconférences ou de planifier des téléconférences récurrentes ?