How do I add a Title to my Meeting?


Meeting titles are important as they represent the subject and importance of a meeting to potential attendees. The meeting title will appear on your meeting invite email (if you choose to send one), on the meeting acceptance page (where your invitees select a time to meet with you) and on the calendar event once the meeting is scheduled.

Zoom.ai makes it easy for you to customize your title, and even has an option to set a default title per meeting type for easy scheduling automation!


Setting a Default Meeting Title


For each Meeting Type Zoom.ai users can easily set a default title, such as "Meet with John Smith" or "BioTech Demo" or "Training Session".

This option is customized under the "Name + Link" tab. Once set up this title will automatically be used for any associated Personal Scheduling link or meeting scheduled via the web scheduler or chat. 

If you don't select a Default Meeting Title or customize your own meeting title on the fly, then the meeting title will defer to the existing Zoom default (meeting type + invitee names - e.g. "Coffee: Jill/Mike/Sam").


Adding a Title via Web

Meeting titles can quickly be customized from the "Details" tab in the Web scheduler. Learn more about scheduling a meeting using our web scheduler!

If not customized then a default a title will always appear using this format "<Meeting Type>:<meeting creator name><attendee name>

Once added the Meeting Title will automatically appear in your meeting invite and calendar event sent to your meeting attendees. 


Adding a Title via Chat

Whenever you're scheduling a meeting, you can put your meeting title between quotes

If a title is not added then by default a title will always appear using this format "<Meeting Type>:<meeting creator name><attendee name>

Once added the Meeting Title will automatically appear in your meeting invite and calendar event sent to your meeting attendees. 

Note how title populates only what is between quotes, exactly as typed in.

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