Use Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and Skype Meetings videoconferencing in Front Calendar
Front Calendar supports videoconferencing with the following providers:
Add videoconferencing to an event
When creating or editing an event, you can use the conference dropdown to add videoconferencing. The options shown in the conference menu depend on the videoconferencing options you have enabled for your team and your Google or Office 365 calendars. See the Enable videoconferencing section below for more details for each provider.
You can set a default video conferencing option in your personal preferences. You can always edit the option when creating the actual event.
Google Meet video meetings will appear as a videoconferencing option in Front if your Google Calendar settings have it enabled. To enable or disable Google Meet, please follow this Google support article.
Microsoft Teams videoconferencing will appear as a videoconferencing option in Front if it is enabled within your Office 365 organization. If it already works for your Outlook, it should also work for Front by default, as the feature is enabled. If not, contact your Office 365 administrator to manage this.
Skype Meetings videoconferencing will appear as a videoconferencing option in Front if it is enabled within your Office 365 organization. Contact your Office 365 administrator to manage this.
Zoom videoconferencing must first be enabled as an integration in Front by a team admin. Here are the steps to do so.
Click the gear icon on the top right of Front and into the Company settings tab.
Select Integrations in the left and then scroll down and click Zoom.
Click the Settings button on the left and then click the toggle to enable Zoom.
The Zoom integration will now be enabled for your Front team. Then, you'll want to connect your Zoom account to Front.