What Is A Recurring Meeting?
A recurring meeting is a gathering that repeats regularly and automatically. The frequency at which the meeting recurs is called the meeting cadence, and it is usually weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. Recurring meetings can be very useful to colleagues for regular check-in and to preserve accessibility.
Good to know is that recurring meetings are saving you time in planning. You simply use less time on coordination, planning and administrating meetings. You can also be sure there is a meeting room available for you (if the meeting is in person).
The downside of recurring meetings is an increased risk of ghost meetings and bad meeting culture. Ghost meetings are meetings where attendees book meetings, but do not show-up. It is often due to people forgetting to cancel the meeting in their calendar or attending the meeting remotely.