Build a Node.js Express Google Meet API Scheduler Bot Using Puppeteer Library in Browser Using Javascript Full Project For Beginners



Google Meet Scheduler

Join’s meet link for you 😴

Bot for scheduling and entering google meet sessions automatically.

New Features
  • Saving RAM: Using same browser for all meet pages
  • Multiple meet logic added




Installation Guide

  1. Open terminal on your PC
  2. Clone the repo git clone
  3. Go inside the project directory
  4. Rename .env-example file to .env and replace your email and password there
  5. Install dependencies npm install
  6. Start the application npm start

Now the project has started on localhost:3000

Usage Guide

Now when you visit the page you will see things to add

  • Meet Link
  • Start Time
  • End time

Then submit and do what you wanted to, it will log in and join meet for you.

You can add more links there to add it to the queue.











const express = require('express');
const path = require('path');
const GoogleMeet = require('./google-meet');

const app = express();
app.use(express.urlencoded({ extended: true }));
app.use(express.static(path.join(__dirname, 'public')));
app.set('views', path.join(__dirname, 'views'));
app.set('view engine', 'ejs');

// Values
let email = process.env.EMAIL;
let password = process.env.PASSWORD;

let head = false;
let strict = false;

meetObj = new GoogleMeet(email, password, head, strict);

// cache store
// can be moved to db
let url = {};
let ind = 0;

app.get('/', (req, res) => {
	res.render('index', { url, email, password })
});'/postlink', (req, res) => {
	url[ind] = {};
	url[ind].id = ind;
	url[ind].url = req.body.url;
	url[ind].startTime = Date.parse(req.body.startDate);
	url[ind].endTime = Date.parse(req.body.endDate);

const listener = app.listen(3000 || process.env.PORT, () => {

	setInterval(() => {
		// when no scheduled links
		if (Object.keys(url).length === 0) {
			if (meetObj.getBrowserIsActive())
		// check meet array every 10sec
		for (x in url) {
			// join period
			if (url[x].startTime < && url[x].endTime > {
				console.log(`Request for joining meet ${url[x].url}`);
				meetObj.schedule(url[x].url, url[x].id);
				// hack: set above endTime so that it will not come for 
				// 				same meetId in this block
				url[x].startTime = url[x].endTime + 2000; 
			// leave period
			if (url[x].endTime < {
				console.log(`Request for leaving meet ${url[x].url}`);
				delete url[x];
	}, 10000)

	console.log(`App listening on port ${listener.address().port}`)


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