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Step 1: Download Zoom. If you are using a phone or tablet, visit your device’s app store and search for “Zoom. Workshops and training. Accessibility resources. How to use a password with your Zoom meeting Adding a password to you meeting is one the ways you can help reduce the chances that you will encounter a troll attempting to Zoombomb your course. From the Zoom interface, click on the Schedule a New Meeting button. On the page that loads, enter all of your meeting information.
Screen clipping of the Meeting Options area of the Zoom new meeting creation interface. You will be prompted to enter a meeting password. Enter a password that will not be easy to guess.
If you do not see it, put your mouse cursor at the bottom of the call see image below for location. You will want to hit the Invite button within this Participant section, as noted in the image below:. Upon pressing invite, another prompt will appear asking you to choose what email service you use. If you use Gmail or Yahoo email services, do select the button suggested. You can copy the invitation by clicking the button the red arrows are pointing to above. Then, go to your email provider and compose a new email.
When in doubt, call your friend and give them the numbers squared in orange. Note: The numbers listed in this document have no significance other than the location they appear on in the Zoom program. Your numbers should be different than the ones squared in orange above.
You need to admit your friend into the Zoom Call. Make sure the Participants tab is still open on the right-hand side of the zoom call. Go to the right arrow under Participants to see the location of the admit button. Do this to your invited friend to allow them entry into the call! You need a specific number Meeting ID and password to get to the right room.
To get this information, your friend needs to send you an invite via email. Those who pay for their Zoom account get special features such as call-in numbers. So, some individuals might send you a call-in number in which you can use your telephone to dial in for if you do not have a microphone built into your computer, or tablet.
You will see the image to the left pop up. Type in the Meeting ID listed in the email from your friend, and type in your name, then click Join,. You will then be prompted for the password — this is the password listed in the email as well. Once you have joined, you may wait a minute to be admitted into the room, but you should be connected and ready to talk. If that does not happen, please skip down to the Resources and Troubleshooting Links at the end of this page.
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