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As users prepare for the upcoming September 10th passcode requirement, they've asked how they can setup their account early to require passcodes for new meetings. This article will outline how to setup your account to default to the passcode requirement when scheduling new meetings.
Starting September 10, 2020 - All Zoom meetings will require a Passcode to ensure safer, more secure meetings. This article covers how to edit an existing meeting to add a passcode using either the Zoom website, desktop app or the Outlook add-in.
This KB article includes directions on how to disable participant annotation. This can be done for all of your Zoom meetings or on a meeting-by-meeting basis.
To ensure that only users logged in with the email used to invite them (in this case an email) can join, you can set your meeting to only allow authenticated users.
How to use the installed classroom camera in Zoom
How to start a Zoom session using the installed classroom technology
How to share content using Zoom in a classroom
How to use the installed classroom microphones and speakers in Zoom
This KB includes steps to joining a Zoom meeting as a participant/attendee using email invite, web browser, desktop client, iOS/Android mobile app, and telephone.
This article covers the steps for checking for updates in the Zoom desktop application.
This article covers how to leverage both scheduling an alternate host and making someone a co-host within a running Zoom meeting.
This article covers some setting changes and pointers for leveraging a Zoom Meeting similar to a Zoom Webinar.