Enable default global dial-in country in branding In Zoom App

 

 

 

 

By default

Meeting and webinar e-mails use the global dial-in number specified in My Meeting Settings in your personal meeting settings.

 

If you want to customize within the branding

If you, as the account owner or administrator, want to adjust how they appear in global dial-in numbers and in meeting and webinar emails, you can use the Freemarker format to adjust the branding and webinar settings under Branding and Webinar Settings. This article describes the common variables used in the branding of meetings and webinar emails and adjusts the number of numbers displayed.

 

Prerequisites

  • More than a business plan
  • Approved vanity URL
  • The account owner or administrator

 

Procedure

  1. Navigate to the ” Meeting Email  ” or ” Webinar Email ” brand and select ” Edit” for the email template you want to change.
  2. You can use the following methods to add default numbers to invitations. This is the default option included in the template.
  1. Or Telephone: Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location): <# assigned n = 0> <# list pickedNumbers as pickedNumber> <# if (n == 0 || country! = pickedNumbers [n-1] .country))> $ {‘ r n’} $ {pickedNumber.countryName! ‘US’}: </ # if> <#if (n> 0 && pickedNumber.country == pickedNumbers [n-1] .country)> or </ # if> $ {pickedNumber.displayNumber} <# if pickedNumber.free> (Toll-free) </ # if> </ # list>

 

For example, if you select the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, you will see something like this: It is as follows:

Display all selected countries with one tap on iPhone

To add the picked number to iPhone’s On Tap: The following adds all selected countries for iPhone One Tap.

Or iPhone one-tap: <# assign n = 0> <# list pickedNumbers as pickedNumber> <# if (n == 0 || (n> 0 && pickedNumber.country! = PickedNumbers [n-1] .country)) > $ {‘ r n’} $ {pickedNumber.countryName! ‘US’}: </ # if> <# if (n> 0 && pickedNumber.country == pickedNumbers [n-1] .country)> or </ # if> $ {pickedNumber.displayNumber? replace (”, ”)? replace (‘(0)’, ”)} ,, $ {number? c} # <# if pickedNumber.free> (Toll -free) </ # if> <# assign n = n + 1> </ # list>

For example, if you select the United States, Canada, or the United Kingdom, all three countries will appear as follows:

 

Display only the first country of iPhone with one tap

The following code uses only the first country’s numbers from the iPhone’s one-tap list. This is the default for meeting schedule emails and webinar registration confirmation emails.

Or iPhone one-tap: $ {pickedNumbers [0] .countryName! ‘US’}: $ {pickedNumbers [0] .displayNumber? Replace (”, ”)? Replace (‘(0)’, ”)} ,, $ {number? c} # <#if pickedNumbers [0] .free> (Toll-free) </ # if> <# if ((pickedNumbers? size)> 1 && pickedNumbers [1] .country == pickedNumbers [0] .country)> or $ {pickedNumbers [1] .displayNumber? Replace (”, ‘)? Replace (‘ (0) ‘,’)) ,, $ {number? C} # <#if pickedNumbers [1] .free> (Toll-free) </ # if> </ # if>

 

For example, if you select the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom as your first country, you will see: 

 

Note: This displays only two numbers. If you want to select more numbers and see more, you can add the following code: Here, “n” represents the “n” th dial-in number of the country.

<#if ((pickedNumbers? size)> n && pickedNumbers [n] .country == pickedNumbers [0] .country)> or $ {pickedNumbers [n]. (0) ‘,’)) ,, $ {number? C} # <# if pickedNumbers [n] .free> (Toll-free) </ # if> </ # if>

Note: In this example, only numbers from the same country are allowed. To remove this limitation

&& pickedNumbers [n] .country == pickedNumbers [0] .country)

 

When complete, you also need to specify the country using:

$ {pickedNumbers [n] .countryName! ‘US’}:

 

 

The following can be used to display three one-tap options in up to three countries.

Or iPhone one-tap:
$ {pickedNumbers [0] .countryName! ‘US’}: $ {pickedNumbers [0] .displayNumber? Replace (”, ”)? Replace (‘(0)’, ”)} ,, $ {number? c} # <#if pickedNumbers [0] .free> (Toll-free) </ # if> <# if ((pickedNumbers? size)> 1)> or $ {pickedNumbers [1]. countryName! ‘US’}: $ {pickedNumbers [1] .displayNumber? replace (”, ‘)? replace (‘ (0) ‘,’)} ,, $ {number? c} # <# if pickedNumbers [1] .free> (Toll-free) </ # if> </ # if>
<#if ((pickedNumbers? Size)> 2)> or $ {pickedNumbers [2] .countryName! ‘US’}: $ {pickedNumbers [2] .displayNumber? replace (”, ”)? replace (‘(0)’, ”)} ,, $ {number? c} # <# if pickedNumbers [2] .free> (Tolle -free) </ # if> </ # if>

 

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