In Zoom, under My Meetings, there is a link to the Zoom Chrome extension. Alternatively, you can go to zoom.us/download (not /downloads!) to find all Zoom downloads including the Chrome extension.
Use the extension to quickly generate meetings. Be sure to put your name AND the other person's with the topic of the meeting to remind you both what the meeting is about.
Alternately, you can start a meeting immediately, then invite them once you're in.
Be careful when you sign out of the Zoom extension. If you try to create a meeting in Google Calendar, you'll need to sign back in to the Zoom extension first.
You can find the Zoom Help Center link discussing the Google Chrome extension here: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201974323-How-To-Use-the-Zoom-Chrome-Extension
If you have any questions about the lesson, feel free to make a post in my Facebook group: The Teachers' Lounge for Entrepreneurs.
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