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Waiting Room – Zoom Help Center
The Waiting Room feature allows the host to control when a participant joins the meeting. As the meeting host, you can admit attendees one by one, or hold all attendees in the Waiting Room and admit them all at once. You can send all participants to the Waiting Room when joining your meeting, or you can allow participants from your Zoom account and participants at specified domains to bypass the Waiting Room.
Participants will see the following screen when joining a meeting with Waiting Room enabled:
You can also customize the Waiting Room screen with your own logo, title and description.
This article covers:
Using Waiting Room
Customizing Waiting Room
Enabling Waiting Room
You can enable Waiting Room for scheduled meetings.
To enable Waiting Room for all users in the account:
To enable Waiting Room for all members of a specific group:
To enable Waiting Room for your own use:
Waiting Room options
Who should go in the waiting room?
Who can admit participants from the waiting room?
Note: If Users not in your account or Users who are not in your account and not part of the allowed list is selected, you can specify who can admit participants that are in the Waiting Room.
Customizing the Waiting Room
You can customize the Waiting Room title, logo, and description at an account, group, or user level.
Note: You will need to enable Waiting Room before you have the option to customize it.
Using Waiting Room
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How to Keep Uninvited Guests Out of Your Zoom Event
We love that so many people are finding Zoom to be an easy way to stay connected in this time of social distancing, school closures, and work-from-home routines. All these virtual happy hours, coffee breaks, afternoon hangs, dance practices, yoga sessions, and so many other events over Zoom — your creativity and resilience in these tough times are inspiring!
What’s more impressive is that many of us are learning to host these events on the fly! As more people use our platform and host their virtual events using Zoom, we wanted to offer up tips to ensure everyone joining an event does so with good intentions. Like most other public forums, it’s possible to have a person (who may or may not be invited) disrupt an event that’s meant to bring people together.
So, a couple of reminders on using Zoom to host public events:
Read on for a list of Zoom features that can help you safely share your Zoom virtual cocktail hour or dance break without unwanted interruptions. Ok, Zoomer? Let’s do it!
Manage screen sharing
The first rule of Zoom Club: Don’t give up control of your screen.
You do not want random people in your public event taking control of the screen and sharing unwanted content with the group. You can restrict this — before the meeting and during the meeting in the host control bar — so that you’re the only one who can screen-share.
To prevent participants from screen sharing during a call, using the host controls at the bottom, click the arrow next to Share Screen and then Advanced Sharing Options.
Under “Who can share?” choose “Only Host” and close the window. You can also lock the Screen Share by default for all your meetings in your web settings.
Manage your participants
Some of the other great features to help secure your Zoom event and host with confidence:
This is useful if you want to control your guest list and invite only those you want at your event — other students at your school or colleagues, for example.
Try the Waiting Room
One of the best ways to use Zoom for public events is to enable the Waiting Room feature. Just like it sounds, the Waiting Room is a virtual staging area that stops your guests from joining until you’re ready for them. It’s almost like the velvet rope outside a nightclub, with you as the bouncer carefully monitoring who gets let in.
Meeting hosts can customize Waiting Room settings for additional control, and you can even personalize the message people see when they hit the Waiting Room so they know they’re in the right spot. This message is really a great spot to post any rules/guidelines for your event, like who it’s intended for.
The Waiting Room is really a great way to screen who’s trying to enter your event and keep unwanted guests out.
Keep Zooming responsibly
Zoom is a great way to stay connected right now, and we hope these tips will help you continue to host amazing events using our platform! If you’re not sure whether a public Zoom event is the way to go, share the meeting link only with your close friends, co-workers, and clients. You can even password-protect it for another layer of security.
And keep those pictures from your Zoom virtual events coming! Share them with us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, and we’ll like, fave, or retweet a few!
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