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Yes, it is definitely possible to integrate Zoom with a website to allow users to participate in meetings and join the discussion. One common way to do this is by using the Zoom API, which allows you to create and manage meetings programmatically, as well as access and modify meeting data. With the Zoom API, you can build custom integrations that allow your website users to join meetings, schedule meetings, and more.
Here are some steps you can take to integrate Zoom with your website:
Sign up for a Zoom account and obtain API credentials by following the steps on the Zoom Developer website (https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/guides/getting-started/app-types/create-jwt-app).
Determine what type of integration you want to create. For example, you may want to build a custom meeting scheduler or embed a meeting link on your website.
Use the Zoom API to create a meeting, get a meeting link, and add participants to the meeting. The Zoom API provides several endpoints for managing meetings and participants, including the "Create a Meeting" endpoint, the "Get Meeting Details" endpoint, and the "Add Meeting Participants" endpoint.
Test your integration thoroughly to ensure that it works as expected and that it is secure.