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When I do a standard meeting scheduling (after choosing "passcode" as the Security option), it generates a link that has a Meeting ID embedded in it. But in this case, participants should add passcode manually, which I want to avoid. I know it is possible to have a passcode embedded into the link - so, they enter in one click. How should I do it, why it doesn't go automatically?
Thanks - Igor
Solved! Go to Solution.
Welcome to the Zoom Community, @IgorM.
Does your URL look something like this?
If so, the Passcode is embedded in the URL as well... it's the part after the "pwd=".
Zoom automatically embeds the passcode when the Passcode box is checked:
If Passcode is checked, and you have a meeting Join URL that doesn't have the passcode attached to it... where are you getting this from? It should be here on the Zoom Web Portal after you create the meeting:
It is also here on the Zoom Desktop App:
Ray, many thanks, indeed. It should be there, but it isn't. Here are the settings:
and after clicking "Save" I have this one:
Igor Mandel is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Igor Mandel's Zoom Meeting
Time: Jun 30, 2023 09:45 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 816 7052 9493
As you see, it doesn't place the passcode IN the link, but puts it separately. What do I do wrong? Perhaps, I should change some Settings in Zoom?
Many thanks again.
Aha! I've only seen this setting once before. See this Zoom Support article:
It's rare that anyone ever turns this off!! You (or if you're on a business account, someone) must have turned this off at some point:
Make sure this switch on Blue/On. If you can't change it, follow the Support article to change the settings at the Account or Group level, as appropriate.
I am having the same problems that Igor is having, however, I've checked our account settings, which already has the "embed passcode in invite for one-click join" toggled on. Do you have any insight as to why this isn't working?