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How do I shorten my Zoom meeting invite link

Firatyoga
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I am lost in the maze of information whereas what I want to achieve is a rather simple task. I want to shorten the invitation link I send to my students, just the link instead of lines and lines of useless information. I saw recently just a box one can click on that says join zoom meeting hd. How do I create it? I’m not technically challenged but the information I found on here and online seem daunting. So I would really appreciate your feedback. 

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Niswonger89
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Sure, here's a step-by-step guide on how to shorten your Zoom meeting invite link and include a word count using "contador de palabras" (word counter) as an example:

Shortening the Zoom Meeting Invite Link:

  1. Generate Zoom Meeting Link: Log in to your Zoom account and create a meeting. Once the meeting is scheduled, Zoom automatically generates an invite link.

  2. Copy the Invite Link: Click on "Invite" or "Copy Invitation" within the Zoom meeting interface to copy the invite link to your clipboard.

  3. Use a Link Shortening Service: Open a web browser and go to a URL shortening service like Bitly, TinyURL, or Rebrandly. Paste your long Zoom invite link into the provided field on the website.

  4. Shorten the Link: Click the "Shorten" or "Create" button. The service will generate a shortened version of your Zoom meeting invite link.

Adding a Word Count Using "Contador de Palabras" (Word Counter) as an Example:

  1. Open Word Counter Tool: Navigate to a word counter tool like WordCounter.net, WordCountTool.com, or any reliable word counting website.

  2. Paste Your Meeting Details: Copy the details of your Zoom meeting invite, including the meeting description, agenda, or any additional information, and paste it into the word counter tool's text box.

  3. Count Words: Click on the "Count Words" or equivalent button on the word counter tool. It will provide you with the total word count of your meeting details.

  4. Include Word Count in Invite: Once you have the word count, go back to your Zoom meeting invite or email. Add a line such as "Total words: [insert word count here] contado de palabras at the end of your meeting details to inform recipients of the document's length.