Tracking Attendance via Zoom & Google Meet

Five to Nine allows you to import your event’s attendance information from Zoom and Google Meet to automate your attendance tracking. 

Track your attendance in a Zoom meeting

Step 1: Before creating an event, enable the Zoom integration on your profile. Learn more about turning on your Zoom integration.

Step 2: When creating an event, check the ‘Add to Zoom link’ box. 

  • This will automatically populate the virtual event link field with the generated Zoom link.
  • If you are adding a Google or Outlook calendar invite to your event, the Zoom link will be included in the ‘Location’ field of the calendar event.
Settings / Integrations

Step 3: After the event is over, navigate to your guest list. Guests who attended the Zoom event will be marked as ‘Checked-in’.

Track attendance via Google Meet

Five to Nine allows you to import your Google Meet attendance into Five to Nine. If you’d like to enable Google Meet attendance tracking, reach out to customer success

Step 1: After an event on Google Meet is over, the organizer will receive an email with an attached Google Sheets attendance report with the following info:

  • Participant’s name
  • Participant’s email
  • Length of time participant was on a call, including timestamps of when they first joined and when they left the call.


Read more about setting up Google Meet attendance tracking reports.

Step 2: On Five to Nine, navigate to your event’s ‘Invitations’ tab. On the bottom right-hand corner, you’ll see an option to upload a CSV of your Google Meet’s attendance. 

    Add Google Calendar

    Step 3: You’ll then be prompted to upload the CSV sent to you via Google Meet. 

      Step 4: Once you upload your CSV, your attendees will be uploaded to the Five to Nine guest list and marked as status ‘Checked In’.