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Three Best Ways to Secure Zoom Meetings.

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A secure zoom meeting is essential. There are three key security configurations that you must put in place to secure your Zoom meetings.

Life has become increasingly digital since the world was hit by the latest COVID pandemic.

And, given that zoom video conferencing is one of the most common ways for individuals to keep up with work during the epidemic, the place is undoubtedly on the video conferencing app.

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How to Keep Zoom Meetings Secure.

Enable A Waiting Room

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The host has complete control over who enters the meeting room via the Zoom waiting room. The waiting room functions just as it appears.

Attendees are screened by the host. He has the option of prohibiting you from entering the room or allowing you to enter.

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As soon as someone attempts to join your room, you will receive a notice stating that there is someone in the waiting room, and the attendee will be notified as well.

How To Activate Zoom Waiting Room.

  • Log in to your Zoom account.
  •  In the navigation menu, select Settings.
  •  Select the Meeting option from the drop-down menu.
  •  In the security settings, turn on the Waiting Room option.
  • Once your Waiting Room is turned on, click Edit Selections to customize your options.

Activate Zoom Waiting Room On Phone ( App ).

  • Use your phone to log into your Zoom account.
  • Choose a meeting or click to create a new one.
  • Select the Waiting Room option from the Meetings menu.

Keep your Zoom meeting information private.

The goal here is to keep uninvited guests out of your conference area.

When you use PMI (Use Personal Meeting ID) after creating or scheduling a Zoom meeting room, a password will be generated automatically or you can manually enter your password.

After that, click Done. The invitation link will be sent to you through email, and you can share it with others.

Also, on your zoom homepage, go to the Meetings tab and click Send Invitation, or go to the scheduled meeting you want to invite people to and select ‘Invite’ to send the invite link via WhatsApp, SMS, messenger, or copy the URL.

You only disclose your meeting information with individuals you wish to attend; but, if uninvited guests arrive, you can use the Lock Meeting button to safeguard yourself and the other guests, or you can utilize the waiting room to screen them.

Managing Screen Sharing in Zoom Meetings

The majority of the information on the screen you share is visible to viewers when you use Zoom screen sharing. This is why you are always prompted by the disadvantages before being offered the option to proceed or cancel.

During Zoom meetings, hosts can choose whether or not to allow participants to share their screens by disabling or enabling screen sharing for them.

Only hosts can share their screens with basic accounts, while PRO accounts allow hosts, co-hosts, panelists, and participants to share their screens and pick what they want to broadcast and what they don’t want users to see. You have the option of sharing.

The second camera captures the entire phone or desktop screen, as well as the contents of the applications.

You have already saved a video to your device.

From your device, a sound is being played.

Zoom Meeting Screen Sharing On Desktop Requirements:

Version of Windows: 5.0.0 or higher

Version of macOS: 5.0.0 or higher

Version of Linux: 5.0.0 or higher

On your phone or through an app

Android version 10.0 or higher is required.

iOS 5.0.0 or later is required.

How to Share the Screen of a Zoom Meeting

To share your complete screen, including any program on your Android device, follow these steps:

• In the meeting controls, tap Share (a green colored up arrow).

Screen should be tapped.

• A notification will appear on your Android system notifying you of what the screen share will have access to.

• To confirm, tap Start Now.

• The screen share will begin, with Zoom running in the background. You can now select which app you’d like to share.

  • At the bottom of your screen, tap Annotate to open the annotation tools or tap Stop Share to stop sharing and go back to meeting controls.

These are the essentials of how to secure Zoom meetings as a host, as well as how to properly screen share as a participant.

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Yvone Kendi
Yvone Kendi
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