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How to Schedule and Record a Meeting on Slack

Are you tired of wasting time trying to schedule a meeting where everyone is available? Well, thanks to Slack, those days are over. With just a few simple steps, you can now quickly schedule a...

Are you tired of wasting time trying to schedule a meeting where everyone is available? Well, thanks to Slack, those days are over. With just a few simple steps, you can now quickly schedule a meeting and even record it for future reference. Let's dive into how you can make the most of Slack's features and streamline your communication process.

Part 1: How to Schedule a Meeting on Slack

Scheduling a meeting can be a daunting task, but not on Slack. By integrating with Outlook or Google Calendar, you can automate the process of finding free slots in your guests' schedules and seamlessly schedule a meeting on Slack. Plus, you will receive reminders to ensure you never miss a Slack meeting.

To schedule a meeting on Slack, follow these steps:

  1. Open your Slack account and select the workspace. In the chatbox, click on the Shortcut icon. Click Shortcut Icon

  2. Scroll down and find the Create Event option. (Note: You need to have Outlook Calendar or Google Calendar installed for this method to work) Create Slack Event

  3. Enter the details of the Slack meeting, such as the date, duration, and timing. If you want to see recommended meeting times, make sure your guests are connected to the Outlook calendar. Click on Create. Schedule Slack Meeting

  4. The Slack meeting will be displayed in the chat instantly. You can click on the Share icon. Share Slack Meeting

  5. Choose a channel to share the Slack meeting or copy the link to paste it in other workspaces. Choose Slack Channel

Part 2: How to Record Slack Meetings

While Slack backs up all text messages, recording audio or video meetings directly on the platform is not supported. However, you can make use of third-party apps like Zoom to record your Slack meetings and ensure you never miss any important information.

Here's how you can record a Slack meeting:

  1. Click on the Apps tab in the left-side menu and then select Add apps. Add Slack Apps

  2. Search for Zoom in the search bar and click on Add. This will take you to the Slack App Directory. Slack App Directory

  3. Tap on Add to Slack. Add To Slack

  4. Allow Zoom to access your data and enable the app. Allow Zoom On Slack

  5. Go back to your workspace and type "/zoom" in the chatbox. Click on the Zoom meeting tab. Slack Zoom Chatbox

  6. Click on Authorize Zoom and adjust the settings. Authorize Zoom On Slack

  7. Click on Join to start the meeting.

  8. Finally, click on the Record icon to record the Slack meeting. You can pause or stop the recording whenever needed. Once the recording is complete, it will be automatically sent to your public or private channel, depending on the type of Slack meeting you scheduled. Record Slack Meeting

Part 3: Slack Video Call Settings

Slack offers a built-in video call option, allowing you to have one-on-one video calls in a DM chat or conduct group meetings with up to 14 participants through a channel video call. To enhance your video call experience, Slack provides various settings that you can customize according to your preferences.

In the video call settings tab, you can create a name for the video call and adjust audio and video settings to ensure optimal communication. Slack Video Call Settings

Additionally, if you want to stay on mute but still engage with the speaker, you can click on the emoji on the screen. Choose from a variety of reactions or type a text message directly on the video screen. Slack Emoji Message


Slack is committed to making virtual communication and workflow seamless. With its user-friendly interface and powerful features, you can easily schedule and record meetings, saving valuable time and improving productivity. By leveraging Slack's capabilities, you can communicate seamlessly and collaborate effectively. So, why wait? Start scheduling and recording your meetings on Slack today and experience the difference it makes in your work life.