Zoom for Public Events
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Revision as of 13:19, 2 November 2020 by Krusea
If you need to promote the event to the public you will need to take some extra precautions.
If you have more complex requirements, such as a large-audience broadcast webinars, please make a support request with Electronic Media.
Protect Your Zoom Meetings
- Use a unique Zoom Room ID
- Do not use your Personal Meeting ID (PMI) The PMI is your personal meeting space and you shouldn’t promote the ID to the public via email lists, websites etc
- Do not enable join before host
- If this is enabled the first person to join the meeting can become the host. See also Zoom Join before host
- Create a Waiting Room for Attendees
- Make Sure Only the Hosts Can Share Their Screen
- This is a global default but can be changed in your personal meeting preferences. Only turn this on if it is absolutely necessary.
- Disable Annotation
- If annotation is enabled any participant can start annotating during screen sharing See also Zoom Annotation
- Chat Settings
- Chat can be turned off or be limited to host only, everyone publicly or everyone publicly and privately
- See also Chat Seeting
- Have Co-Hosts
- Remove a Participant or Put on Hold
- As the meeting host, you do have the ability to remove someone from the meeting or put them on hold via the Participants panel. See: Managing participants in a meeting.
- Zoom's Security page for additional information on Zoom's security features.
- Evergreen's Global Zoom Meeting Defaults
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