Google Calendar

With Google Calendar, you can quickly schedule meetings and events and get reminders about upcoming activities, so you always know what’s next.

Integrate the Google Calendar API with the Zoom API

Setup the Google Calendar API trigger to run a workflow which integrates with the Zoom API. Pipedream's integration platform allows you to integrate Google Calendar and Zoom remarkably fast. Free for developers.

Add Quick Event with Google Calendar API on Meeting Created from Zoom API
Zoom + Google Calendar
 
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Create Event with Google Calendar API on Meeting Created from Zoom API
Zoom + Google Calendar
 
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Delete an Event with Google Calendar API on Meeting Created from Zoom API
Zoom + Google Calendar
 
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List Calendar Events by Type with Google Calendar API on Meeting Created (Instant) from Zoom API
Zoom + Google Calendar
 
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List calendars from user account with Google Calendar API on Meeting Created (Instant) from Zoom API
Zoom + Google Calendar
 
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New Event Start from the Google Calendar API

Emit new event when the specified time before the Google Calendar event starts

 
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Meeting Created (Instant) from the Zoom API

Emit new event each time a meeting is created where you're the host

 
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New Upcoming Event Alert from the Google Calendar API

Emit new event based on a time interval before an upcoming event in the calendar. This source uses Pipedream's Task Scheduler. See the documentation for more information and instructions for connecting your Pipedream account.

 
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Meeting Started (Instant) from the Zoom API

Emit new event each time a meeting starts where you're the host

 
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New Created or Updated Event (Instant) from the Google Calendar API

Emit new event when a Google Calendar events is created or updated (does not emit cancelled events)

 
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Add Meeting Registrant with the Zoom API

Registers a participant for a meeting. See the docs here

 
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Add Quick Event with the Google Calendar API

Create a quick event to the Google Calendar. See the documentation

 
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Add Webinar Registrant with the Zoom API

Registers a participant for a webinar. See the docs here.

 
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Create Event with the Google Calendar API

Create an event to the Google Calendar. See the documentation

 
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Create Meeting with the Zoom API

Creates a meeting for a user. A maximum of 100 meetings can be created for a user in a day.

 
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Overview of Google Calendar

The Google Calendar API gives developers access to Google Calendar data,
allowing them to create their own applications that can read, write, and update
calendar data. With the API, users can integrate their own calendar
applications with Google Calendar, giving them the ability to manage their
calendars in one place. The API also provides the ability to search for events
and create new events.

Possible applications that could be built using the Google Calendar API
include:

  • A calendar application that integrates with Google Calendar, allowing users
    to manage their calendars in one place.
  • A calendar application that allows users to search for events and create new
    events.
  • A to-do list application that integrates with Google Calendar, allowing users
    to see their tasks and events in one place.
  • A reminder application that uses Google Calendar data to remind users of
    upcoming events.

Connect Google Calendar

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import { axios } from "@pipedream/platform"
export default defineComponent({
  props: {
    google_calendar: {
      type: "app",
      app: "google_calendar",
    }
  },
  async run({steps, $}) {
    return await axios($, {
      url: `https://www.googleapis.com/calendar/v3/calendars/primary`,
      headers: {
        Authorization: `Bearer ${this.google_calendar.$auth.oauth_access_token}`,
      },
    })
  },
})

Overview of Zoom

Connecting Zoom to any app using Pipedream

Pipedream workflows allow you to run any Node.js code that connects to the Zoom API. Just create a new workflow, then add prebuilt Zoom actions (create a meeting, send a chat message, etc.) or write your own code. These workflows can be triggered by HTTP requests, timers, email, or on any app-based event (new tweets, a Github PR, Zoom events, etc).

Getting Started

  1. First, sign up for Pipedream at https://pipedream.com.
  2. Visit https://pipedream.com/accounts.
  3. Click the button labeled Click Here to Connect an App.
  4. Search for "Zoom" and select either Zoom or Zoom Admin (see the differences below):

This will open up a new window prompting you to authorize Pipedream's access to your Zoom account. Once you authorize access, you should see your Zoom account listed among your apps.

  1. Create a new workflow, add a new step, search for "Zoom" or "Zoom Admin". Once you've selected either app, you can choose to either "Run Node.js code" or select one of the prebuilt actions for performing common API operations.
  2. At this stage, you'll be asked to link the Zoom account you connected above, authorizing the request to the Zoom API with your credentials:
Connect Zoom Account

Zoom vs Zoom Admin app

Zoom users can be classified into two groups: non-admins and admins. Admins have account-level permissions that users do not, and Zoom has corresponding admin-level scopes that aren't relevant for normal users. Therefore, Pipedream exposes two apps — Zoom and Zoom Admin — to serve the two groups.

In the Zoom Marketplace, these apps are named Pipedream, and Pipedream for Zoom Admins, respectively.

Non-admins have permissions to manage standard Zoom resources in their account: meetings, webinars, recordings, and more. If you're a non-admin, you'll want to use the Zoom app.

Zoom admins have permissions to manage account-level resources, like users and reports. They can also manage webinars and meetings across their organization. If you're an admin and need to manage these resources via API, you'll want to use the Zoom Admin app.

The Zoom API docs on permissions provide detailed information on these permissions and their associated OAuth scopes.

Connect Zoom

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import { axios } from "@pipedream/platform"
export default defineComponent({
  props: {
    zoom: {
      type: "app",
      app: "zoom",
    }
  },
  async run({steps, $}) {
    return await axios($, {
      url: `https://api.zoom.us/v2/users/me`,
      headers: {
        Authorization: `Bearer ${this.zoom.$auth.oauth_access_token}`,
      },
    })
  },
})
Save Zoom Cloud Recordings to Google Drive and Share on Slack
Save Zoom Cloud Recordings to Google Drive and Share on Slack
Save Zoom Cloud Recordings to Google Drive and Share on Slack.

Community Posts

Adding Google Calendar to Your Jamstack - with Pipedream
Adding Google Calendar to Your Jamstack - with Pipedream
Late last year (remember last year - sigh) I wrote up a post demonstrating how to integrate Google Calendar into your static web site: "Adding Google Calendar to your JAMStack". In that article, I describe how I used Google's Node libraries to read my event data. While it was mostly painless, authentication was a bit difficult to figure out. A few days I was thinking about this usecase and realized I could probably do it a lot easier making use of Pipedream. How so? Don't forget that Nelify lets you create a build hook. This is a unique URL that when hit with a POST request will trigger a new build. In theory, all I have to do is create a Pipedream workflow that's fired on new events. How is that done?