Step 1 :-
Do you want to login zoom with Google Account?
Follow these steps to log in zoom account with your Google account or Gmail ID.
To log in with Google, visit https://zoom.us/signin
Click Sign in with Google.
Step 2 :-
Login Zoom with Google Account
If you have already installed Zoom App on your system and want to sign in or log in Zoom App with Gmail or Google Account then follow these steps.
Click on the Zoom app (Zoom App will be shown on your system like given below Image)
Now Click Login with Google button.
You will be redirected to the Google sign-in page.
Now Enter your Gmail or Google Account login information
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Frequently Asked Questions:-
If you use a Google, Apple, or Facebook account, you can sign into Zoom with that account. It is important to note that if this is your first time using your Google, Apple, or Facebook accounts to sign into Zoom, you will be asked to create a new Zoom account using your Google, Apple, or Facebook account
It is possible to add an email and password login to an existing Zoom account that is associated with either Google, Apple, or Facebook login by using the same email address associated with your Google or Facebook account
How to sign in to the Zoom for Gmail add-on
- You can click the Zoom for Gmail icon in the right-side panel when viewing an email thread in Gmail.
- When you are using the add-on for the first time, you will need to authorize access.
- Zoom will prompt you to authorize access to your Google account when you launch the add-on for the first time.
Visit the Zoom website and sign into your Zoom account. Then, click Account Management then click Account Profile from the navigation menu. Next, click Link accounts to existing organizations under Link accounts to existing organizations. Enter the email address of the organization owner in the pop-up window named Link to Existing Organization, then click Send Link Request.
You can attend someone’s meeting if they invite you, and you do not have to create an account to participate. It should be noted, however, that if the host has restricted joining meetings using authentication profiles, then it will be necessary for the participant to have a Zoom account in order to connect to the meeting. To learn more about how to join a Zoom meeting without a Zoom account, click here
If you have a personal email address, it should work even if Zoom asks for a work email
You will find the third-party account you linked with your Google Account through the Google app where you logged in. There are many different apps available for Google Home, such as the Google Assistant app, or the YouTube app. To select a connected account, a linked account, or an app, select from the drop-down box. It might be in the Setting section of the Google application.
To find your zoom password.
- You need to go to the Zoom website and login.
- Then you need to click on the settings button.
- You will find the following item under Meeting, ‘Require a password for Personal Meeting ID (PMI)’, it is here that you can enter your password. Your attendees will need to know this password.
- As soon as you log in, you will see that you are an administrator with the ability to access and edit your account settings.
- Click Account Management in the navigation panel, then click Account Settings.
- The Meetings tab will appear.
- The Bypass the password when joining meetings from the meeting list toggle can be found under the Schedule Meeting section and can either be enabled or disabled.
I recommend opening your Zoom application. Clicking the profile icon will bring you to your profile page. Here you will be able to see your email address of the account you signed in with.
Zoom will require that all meetings be secured by a Passcode or waiting room option, in order to improve the security of meetings. For participants to gain access to your meetings, a unique passcode must be shared with them along with the meeting ID that is unique to the meeting.
Make sure that your Internet connection works properly by restarting your modem, downloading the latest firmware updates for your router, and switching to a cable connection if that is possible in your current configuration. In addition, make sure that your firewall and antivirus settings are not blocking Zoom or certain Zoom features, and that none of them is blocking them.