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For tips on integrating this technology, watch this video from the Office of Distance Learning minutes. Learn more about using Zoom Pro by watching these videos. After you join the account, the Office of Distance Learning will merge your existing license with your Zoom Pro license in Moodle and send you an email when the merge is complete. Non-teaching staff : All staff have access to Microsoft Teams, which includes both text and video conferencing capabilities.

Instructions on each of these steps can be found in the guides below. What is included with this release of Zoom? A Co-host can be added to a meeting to allow someone else to let attendees in to the meeting.

Meeting password required – Enabled to ensure participants are required to enter the meeting password that is generated when you schedule a meeting before joining the meeting. However, this feature can be turned off. Add-on services Webinar licenses We now have a central billing procedure in place for purchasing webinar licenses for Zoom. Other add-on licenses Some add-on services for Zoom are currently unavailable.

These require review to establish requirements and plan an appropriate way forward: Virtual Room System Instant Messaging Outlook email integration Telephone integration Cloud apps integration Audio and video meetings for audience sizes larger than The University is currently working on billing options to purchase these add-ons, however, if you require webinars and larger audience sizes now, Blackboard Collaborate is available and free to use, or alternatively our Online and Digital Events Service can help you choose the right tool for your type of event: Online and Digital Events Tool What’s next?

A roadmap for Zoom is being developed as a continual service improvement plan. Use cases for Zoom. University meetings and events platforms in recommended order Microsoft Teams – the University’s preferred platform for formal 1-to-1’s, group meetings up to participants or ‘town hall’ events at 0 additional cost, interactive, with overflow live-streaming to 10, view-only attendees with Teams Webinars.

Teams Webinars includes a configurable registration web page and do not require any additional licenses, they’re ready to use now with your university account. Teams is secure, fully integrated with Office , supported on Windows, Mac, Linux, Web and Mobile and external attendees don’t need a Microsoft account to attend. Blackboard Collaborate – for online teaching and larger group meetings, integrated with Learn.

Zoom When to use Zoom? Zoom should be used as a final alternative to one of the other preferred meeting platforms listed above. When it is the required platform for conducting, for example, University-related research and collaboration. When no sensitive, confidential or personally-identifiable University material is being discussed.

Why use the University’s Zoom service? There is no minute time limit on meetings. It will support up to participants, with the ability to purchase add-on licenses for large meetings of or participants The University applies extra security measures over and above a basic Zoom account.

Allows Information Services to support your account Supports up to breakout rooms If you’re unclear about which platform to host your event on, help is available in our Online and Digital Events Service.

Important guidance about sign-in updates to the University of Edinburgh’s Zoom account. Quickstart Guide. The basics on getting you up and running with the University’s Zoom meeting service. Accessing Zoom. How to access the Zoom application on both University-supported and personal devices.

Meeting Hosts. Important guidance for Meeting Hosts to ensure their Zoom calls can take place in a safe, secure and efficient manner. Help and Support. A selection of helpful guides and tutorials to assist Meeting Hosts and participants in using Zoom. Q: How do I log into the mobile app? A: Please see Zoom Mobile Application for instructions on logging in.

Q: If an instructors shares a PowerPoint slide show which would be full screen , is the zoom toolbar still accessible or would the instructor have to exit out of the slideshow to access the toolbar? Q: When I schedule a meeting it makes an arbitrary meeting name.

How do I get it to reflect my customized link? A: The customized meeting link only applies to your personal meeting room or PMI. If you want to schedule a meeting that uses your PMI, then you can use the personalized meeting link. You may want to review the previous link and also this link for other options when scheduling a meeting.

You may see a message if you try to sign in to Zoom before joining the meeting. A: No, panelists can be invited to participate in the webinar using only their name and an email address, a Zoom account is not required.

Q: If I assign an alternative host to my webinar, do they need to have the webinar license add-on as well? A: No, alternative hosts do NOT need to have the webinar license to be assigned. However, they will need to be Licensed user cannot assign Basic users. Q: Is it possible to allow a participant non-panelist or attendee to speak? Q: If my webinar is going to run over the scheduled time, will it end automatically?

A: No, your webinar will remain active and in-session until you end it. The time and duration is more for scheduling purposes. Q: If I need to upgrade to a larger size webinar license to accommodate more attendees and I already have a webinar scheduled with confirmed registrations, do I need to cancel and create a new webinar? A: No, do not cancel the webinar. Please contact zoom jhu. Q: Can panelists use the Virtual Background feature? However, they must have either the desktop client or mobile app installed to select a background.

A: No, attendees are kept anonymous. Q: How long will my recordings be saved in the Cloud? A: Cloud Recordings are automatically deleted after days. You will need to download them locally before they are automatically deleted if you wish to retain a copy. Zoom will send you a reminder email before the deletion occurs. Q: Can a meeting be recorded without the host? A: By default, only the host can initiate a Local Recording. If another participant would like to record, the host will need to provide permission to that participant during the meeting.

The host will need to join the meeting to give the other participant recording permission, or set the participant up as an Alternative Host. If the host can record to the cloud, then they can also Enable Automatic Cloud Recording for the meeting.

For more information, see Recording without the Host. A: Only the user who scheduled the meeting will have access to the cloud recording. Q: How do I change what I see in a recording? A: You can record the meeting in different layouts including active speaker, gallery view, and shared screen.

Q: How do I edit my recording? A: Zoom does not have a built-in recording editor.