Why you shouldn’t work with Facebook when registering for Zoom

Recently, when I created a Zoom account, I received several inquiries that I was in trouble later because I linked it with my Facebook account.
Here’s why you shouldn’t work with your Facebook account when creating a Zoom account.

 

When you create an account with Zoom, you can choose to sign up with your email address or sign up with Google or Facebook.

At this time, if you sign up on Facebook, you will not have to bother entering your name or setting a password, so it is understandable that many people choose this method.

However, this method assumes that you are signed in to Facebook with your browser.

You will also continue to use that Facebook account.

 

Once you sign up on Facebook, you can’t break the link.

If you want to change to sign in with your email address and password, you need to delete the Facebook-linked account and renew it.

Especially if you plan to sign up for a paid Pro version, it’s best to avoid linking with your Facebook account.

 

If you sign up with your email address and password, you can change your email address on the way, so it’s very flexible.

It takes a little time to sign up, but considering the future, we recommend signing up with your email address and password.

 

 

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