How To Use The Same Google Meet Code

Hello there! I just discovered a cool tip that I wanted to pass on to everyone. It’s about using one Google Meet code for multiple meetings. This can be really useful if you have regular meetings or if you want to use the same code for different reasons. Let’s take a closer look!

Using the Same Google Meet Code

First things first, let’s talk about how to find your Google Meet code. When you create a new meeting in Google Calendar, you’ll see a section that says “Join with Google Meet.” Underneath that, you’ll find your unique meeting code. It will typically look something like this: “”. This code is what you’ll need to share with others in order for them to join your meeting.

Now, here comes the fun part! To use the same Google Meet code for multiple meetings, you’ll need to create an event in Google Calendar and generate a new meeting link. Here’s how you can do it:

  1. Create a new event in your Google Calendar. Give it a title and specify the date and time of the meeting.
  2. In the event details, click on the “Add Google Meet video conferencing” button.
  3. A unique meeting link will be generated for this specific event. Copy it and save it for later.

Once you have the meeting link for the first event, you can use it for subsequent meetings. Simply follow these steps:

  1. Create another event in Google Calendar for the next meeting.
  2. In the event details, click on the “Add Google Meet video conferencing” button again.
  3. Instead of generating a new meeting link, paste the existing link that you copied from the previous event.

That’s it! Now you’ll have multiple meetings using the same Google Meet code. This can save you time and make it easier for participants to remember the meeting link.

Personal Touch and Commentary

I’ve been using this trick for a while now, and it has made my life so much easier. I often have recurring meetings with the same group of people, and having a consistent meeting code saves me from having to send out new invitations every time. Plus, my colleagues appreciate the familiarity of the meeting link.

However, I would like to note that using the same Google Meet code for different purposes can have its downsides. If you have sensitive discussions or private meetings, it’s best to generate a new meeting link each time to maintain the confidentiality of the conversation. Always consider the nature of the meeting and the level of security required before reusing the same code.


Using the same Google Meet code for multiple meetings can be a real time-saver. By following the steps I’ve outlined above, you’ll be able to easily create recurring meetings or repurpose the same code for different events. Just remember to consider the confidentiality of your meetings and generate new links when necessary.

Give it a try and let me know how it works for you!