Zoom offers remote services for video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration. You can use it to teach online courses at Koç University.
Participants will see the following indicator in the top-left corner while the recording is active.
Consider the following settings to protect your meetings from uninvited guests.
Selecting Generate Automatically for “Meeting ID” generates a random meeting ID instead of using your static Personal Meeting ID (PMI). This reduces the likelihood of meeting room abuse by limiting the lifetime of a given meeting ID.
Adding a meeting password means participants can only join the meeting by entering the specified (or auto-generated) password. (Note: This provides little additional security if passwords are included in broadly shared meeting information.)
A waiting room allows a host or co-host to review who is attempting to join the meeting before it starts. Participants can be admitted individually or all at once. For large meetings or classes, consider assigning the review function to a co-host.
Co-Host: login zoom.us>>Settings>>In Meeting (Basic)>>Enable Co-Host
Enable only authenticated users to join: This option ensures that only Zoom users can join the meeting.