How to Use the Workplace chatbot in Zoom

It is easy to start a Zoom instant meeting in Workplace by Facebook or to join a Zoom scheduled meeting quickly and easily when you are integrating Workplace by Facebook. Whenever you create a meeting in Workplace, it will appear on your Zoom account as well.

There are a number of topics covered in this article, including:

  • How to enable the Zoom Bot for Workplace
  • How to use the Workplace Zoom Bot
    • Meeting Summary and Recording Link
  • Data Security


  • The Zoom Pro plan, the Zoom Business plan, the Zoom Education plan, or the Zoom API plan
  • Having a Facebook Workplace account is a great way to get started
  • There must be the same email address used for the Zoom login as well as the Workplace login

How to enable the Zoom Bot for Workplace

Installing the Zoom Bot for Workplace integration is the first step to enabling users to use the Zoom Bot for Workplace in your account:

  1. Visit the Zoom Marketplace by clicking on the link below.
  2. Workplace can be found by searching for it and clicking on it.
  3. Click on the Add button.
  4. Click on the Authorize button after you have confirmed all the permissions that the app requires.
  5. Please use the same email address you used to sign up for Zoom when you are logged into Workplace.
  6. Click Add on the screen of the Zoom app once you have opened it. In the Zoom Bot installation process, the group-related permissions that you select will be applied to the bot.

How to use the Workplace Zoom Bot

Zoom meeting information is shared in group chats using the Workplace Zoom Bot. In a Facebook group chat, you can use the following commands to communicate with other members:

  • @Zoom help: This command displays a list of all the commands that are available within Zoom.
  • @Zoom start: With this command, you will be able to start an immediate Zoom Meeting.
  • @Zoom start <topic>: Using this command, you will be able to begin an instant meeting with the specified topic.
  • @Zoom join <meeting ID>: To use this command, you will need to enter the identification code of the meeting that you want to join.

If the meeting is recorded to the cloud and the meeting has ended, the Bot will post a meeting summary, along with the recording link (if the meeting has been recorded to the cloud). You can disable the setting to always use PMI for instant meetings on your Zoom profile in order to prevent the meeting from being posted if you are using your personal meeting ID.

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Data Security

There are some information that this app uses from your Zoom account that may be accessed and used by this app:

  • Meeting number and password – These will be displayed in the Workplace channel after the Zoom app slash commands have been used in order to create the meeting.
  • Meeting summary including participant/host names, meeting timezone, meeting duration, and meeting date – These details will be displayed within the Workplace channel for which the meeting was scheduled (following the meeting has been completed).
  • Meeting recording links and recording password – which are displayed in the workspace channel where the meeting was created (after the meeting has been completed).

The following information is accessed and used by this app from your Workplace account:

  • Community ID – Community IDs are used to identify the Workplace communities that have been integrated with your Zoom account.
  • Recipient ID – This is a channel identifier that identifies the Workplace group or bot that the slash command is being sent from – an identification that ensures responses are provided to the slash commands.
  • User email – This email addresses is used to identify a Zoom account associated with a user in order to create/join meetings when a slash command is invoked.

Frequently Asked Questions


Creating a chatbot that responds to incoming webhooks

Start the Zoom desktop application by logging in with your Zoom account. You can access the chat feature by clicking on the Chat tab. The Incoming Webhook can be found under BOTS by searching for it. The option to choose which chat channel to receive messages from is also available if you are interested in receiving messages in a specific chat channel.

We are going to create a simple Zoom bot using Python Selenium and Pyautogui, which will be able to automatically attend Zoom meetings that we will be holding using Python by using selenium and Pyautogui.
In order to join a Zoom meeting automatically, you will need to use the Python script below
  1. The first step in installing Selenium is to install Pyautogui and Selenium. …
  2. Getting the required information from Zoom is the first step in the process. …
  3. There are a number of elements that make up a website. …
  4. In order to type the password, you will need to use Pyautogui.
After you find the name of the channel, you will find a button that says More options > Manage team, which you can click on in order to take the bot completely out of the channel. If you want to remove the bot, you need to choose the Apps tab, and to do so you need to click the Uninstall Delete button next to its name. Your device will now be free of this application.

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