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I am setting up a High School Zoom Reunion. I am trying to make the registration process as easy as possible for my 75 year old classmates. I have a wordpress website for the class and have SQL access to the wp_users table. I'd ideally like to have my classmates fill out a WordPress Form and I'll take the contents of the database table to generate an import file for Zoom to perform a bulk registration. I have been unable to find a way to do this. Any ideas?
If this is a specifically a ZOOM meeting, then without getting into the nitty-gritties of programming an API, try ZAPIER. Zapier is a tool that "sits" between two APIs and allows you to exchange data. In this way you can for example tell Zapier where the Wordpress data is in a specific account and which zoom meeting you want to add the new attendee to and define the data that needs to be transferred.
Otherwise a quick and dirty trick is to define the meeting as a webinar, import the attendee list and then change the webinar to a meeting. You can only make this change once AND only in one direction....no going back.