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Create Regex for Meeting Classification

Regex Configuration for Meeting Classification

What is the purpose of regex classification for meetings?

The regex classification for meetings is used to categorize and classify different types of meetings within an organization. This classification is shown in Developer Summary, Maker Time, Communication Metrics, and Team WellBeing dashboards.

How do I configure regex classification for meetings?

On the Hatica Dashboard:

Go to the Communication tab ( (opens in a new tab)) present in the settings section of the Hatica dashboard.

Configure - Regex

Under the section "Event Tagging", cick on "Add new tags" and provide the label and regex pattern for the meeting classification. The regex pattern metioned is used to match the meeting titles and these meetings are then classified under the label provided.

Where is the label used and shown?

The label defined in the configuration is used and shown in various dashboards. It provides valuable insights into the distribution and nature of meetings within the organization. Label - Usage

How many distinct labels can be used?

There is no upper limit on the number of distinct labels that can be used for regex classification. Customers can define and use as many labels as needed to accurately categorize and classify meetings based on their specific requirements.

Which fields are available for regex classification?

The regex classification is applied to the meeting title field from any tool such as Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, Zoom, etc.

How much time does it take to process and surface the data?

It typically takes 4-6 hours to process and surface the data.

Can you provide some examples of regex patterns for meeting classification?

Here are a few examples of regex patterns that can be used for meeting classification. The regex is case-insensitive.

  • ^Weekly\sMeeting$: Matches meetings with titles starting with "Weekly Meeting" (case-insensitive).
  • ^Project\s[A-Z]+\sMeeting$: Matches meetings with titles starting with "Project" followed by one or more uppercase or lowercase letters and ending with "Meeting".
  • ^Board\sMeeting$: Matches meetings with titles exactly matching "Board Meeting" or "board meeting" or any case-insensitive version.

These examples can serve as a starting point for you to customize the regex patterns according to your specific meeting classification needs. ,saa