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

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 … Read more

How to enable Zoom Meeting and Webinar passcodes

There can be a passcode requirement for meetings and webinars as an added layer of security. There are a number of ways to set passcodes at individual meeting levels, or to enable passcodes for all meetings and webinars at the account, user, or group levels. In addition to locking the settings for the required passcodes, … Read more

Restricting logins for the Zoom Client

It has been shown that different deployment types and application configuration software can be used in order to restrict users from joining Zoom meetings while they are hosted by certain accounts, that certain domains must be allowed to login, and that other settings can be disabled via remote management. Currently, Zoom Desktop Client can be … Read more

Create spindump file on Mac in Zoom App

Create spindump file on Mac in Zoom App

The spindump file samples the process user stack and kernel stack on a Mac system. This is useful if your program is hanging, crashing, or not working well. How to create a Spindmp file Applications >> utility is in the – Activity Monitor Open.   Select zoom.us, open the [Settings] menu, and select [ Run Spindmp].    Wait for the spin dump file to … Read more

How to Manage two-factor authentication (2FA) in Zoom App

In addition to Zoom’s main sign-in process, two-factor authentication (2FA) entails a one-time code that users can obtain from a mobile application or a text message as a second step in signing in. The use of mobile devices for accessing the Zoom web portal, desktop client, mobile app, or Zoom Room adds an extra layer … Read more

How to Manage Communications Content storage location in Zoom App

You can choose the location to save some Communications Content if you’re a paid customer (including Pro). To choose one of these locations: United States Australia Brazil Canada Germany Japan Singapore Data related to an account and data related to an operation will once again be stored in the United States. The following Communications Content … Read more

How to Join from specific countries/regions in Zoom meeting

Users can either allow or block entry to a meeting for participants from specific countries and regions and can also decide whether to allow participants from specific countries and regions to join. By adding access permissions to your meeting participants’ specific countries or regions, you will be able to provide additional confidentiality and security to … Read more

Downgrading from a Business to a Pro plan in Zoom App

If you have a Zoom Business plan, you can upgrade to a Zoom Pro plan through Zoom’s web portal. You can downgrade your plan to another if you contact Zoom Sales if you need to. Downgrading your account in the middle of a billing period will affect your account at the end of your billing period … Read more

Access restriction to join the meeting in Zoom App

  By default Users with join links or meeting IDs You can join meetings hosted by users of your account, even if you are not signed in to Zoom.   With access restriction You can limit meeting participants to those who are signed in to Zoom. You can also further restrict participation to people signed … Read more