How To Expire A Google Meet Link

Have you ever been in a situation where you needed to deactivate a Google Meet link? Perhaps you shared the link with a group for a certain event or meeting, but now you want to make sure that nobody else can use it. You’re in good fortune! In this article, I will walk you through the steps to expire a Google Meet link.

Step 1: Accessing Google Meet

The first step in expiring a Google Meet link is to access the Google Meet platform. You can do this by opening your web browser and navigating to Once you’re on the Google Meet page, you’ll need to sign in with your Google account credentials.

Step 2: Finding the Meeting Link

Once you’re signed in, you’ll be taken to the main Google Meet dashboard. Here, you’ll see a list of your upcoming meetings along with their corresponding meeting links. Locate the specific meeting link that you want to expire.

Step 3: Expire the Meeting Link

Now that you’ve found the meeting link, it’s time to expire it. To do this, click on the three vertical dots next to the meeting details and select “Edit event”. This will open the event details page.

On the event details page, scroll down until you see the “Event Details” section. Here, you’ll find an option to edit the meeting link. Click on the pencil icon next to the meeting link and delete the existing link.

After deleting the existing link, you have two options. You can either leave it blank, which will effectively expire the link, or you can generate a new link by clicking on the “Generate New Link” button. Keep in mind that generating a new link will make the previous link invalid.

Step 4: Communicate the Change

Now that you’ve successfully expired the Google Meet link, it’s important to communicate this change to the intended participants. You can do this by sending them an email or a message through your preferred communication channel, informing them about the expired link and providing them with the updated link if necessary.


Expiring a Google Meet link is a simple and effective way to control access to your meetings or events. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can ensure that only the intended participants can join your Google Meet sessions. Remember to communicate any changes to the participants to avoid any confusion. Now go ahead and confidently manage your Google Meet links!