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How to Updated passcode and security settings for zoom meetings and webinars

Overview To provide extra security and privacy for zoom meetings and webinars, we’re updating our default passcode settings for all account types. Zoom will require passcode for meetings and webinars, including previously scheduled events. In addition to the passcode, we are also making the following changes: Waiting room default will enable individual meeting IDs for …

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How to manage breakout rooms in your zoom meeting

Overview The breakout room allows you to split your zoom meeting into as many as 50 separate sessions. The meeting host or co-host may choose to split the meeting participants automatically or manually into these separate sessions, or they may allow participants to select and enter breakout sessions of their choice. The host or co-host …

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How to hide or show your video on your display of zoom meeting

Overview If your video is playing during a meeting with multiple participants, it automatically displays all participants. If you show yourself, you can see how you see others. If you hide, your video display will disappear from your screen, leaving more space for other participants to see. You can control whether to hide or show …

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Hardware setups options for distance learning through zoom

Overview Consider the following hardware setups as distance learning options, a system that teachers can use for their one-to-many engagement with their students from their desktop. Setup typically includes a webcam, integrated speakers, and a fixed computer or laptop with an external microphone. Headsets can be used instead of speakers and microphones if desired. Additional …

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How to Control and disable in-meeting chat

Overview The chat function enables you to communicate with others during a meeting or webinar. As the host, you may check who participants can communicate with. You may deactivate all participants’ chat functionality or disable private chat so that participants cannot send private messages to other participants. For all users on the account or for …

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How To enable Embed passcode in invite link for one-click join

Overview Users can select to embed their passcode in the invite link. The passcode for the meeting will be encrypted and involved in your invite to join in with just one click and prevent the participants from entering a passcode manually. An integrated passcode makes your meeting safer and simpler for participants to join. If …

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How to approve or block entry for users from specific countries/regions

Overview Zoom Account admins and owners can simply enable attendees from certain countries or areas to join the zoom meeting or restrict access for participants from specified countries or regions. If you aim for an audience in a particular area, allowing access for the specified countries/regions of your attendees will offer extra privacy and protection …

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How all meetings can be secured with a security option

Overview You may need to secure all meetings with one of the following security options: a passcode, a waiting room, or only authorized users can join the meeting. These options provide extra security and privacy for your meetings and prevent guests from joining. If no security option is enabled, Zoom will automatically secure all meetings …

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How to enable end-to-end encryption for zoom meetings

Overview  End-to-end (E2EE) encryption for zoom meetings is now available. Account owners and administrators can enable end-to-end encryption for zoom meetings, providing additional security when needed. To enable end-to-end encryption for zoom meetings, all meeting participants need to connect to the Zoom Desktop Client, mobile application, or Zoom Rooms. Enabling this setting also disables the …

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How to coordinate a work-from-anywhere through zoom hardware

Overview This article provides guidance on compatible desktop setups for integrating work-to-any experience. We recommend hardware for your backpack for a consistent plug-and-play experience for home and office fee configuration. Zoom has also provided some guidance for re-entry into office fees and for zoom room setups. As plans to return to the fee develop, it …

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