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Starting September 10, 2020 - Alll Zoom meetings will require a Passcode to ensure safer, more secure meetings.
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.
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 some setting changes and pointers for leveraging a Zoom Meeting similar to a Zoom Webinar.
If you are in a rural location or know that you have low bandwidth at your location, you can apply some of the following tips to help improve your Zoom experience.
This knowledgebase article covers stopping and disabling a participant's video while in a meeting.
This article covers manually saving in-meeting chat, changing the default automatic save location, and how to access your saved in-meeting chat.
This KB includes information on how to locate a Zoom Recording that by default should appear in Media Space.
This KB includes information on the Zoom Microsoft Outlook Plug in. Included is how to schedule a Outlook Meeting with Zoom, adding Zoom to an existing Outlook event, and information on the Outlook Plug in.
This KB includes information on how to pull reports for meetings and attendance as a Zoom User (member).
Standard User Experience for Cisco/Polycom with Zoom.
Enhanced User Experience for Cisco/Polycom with Zoom.