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When a meeting is scheduled from a Scheduling Display, the Zoom Room automatically adds the Room Meeting ID to that scheduled meeting
Some of our users are confused by that, as the Room Meeting ID is then available to join by "one-touch", and that's not what our users want to see. They just want to be able to block out the time in the room WITHOUT applying a Zoom Meeting to that time period.
We would like to have it be an option for a user to either start their own Zoom Meeting or manually start the Zoom Room Meeting ID for that meeting scheduled at the Scheduling Display. Automatically adding the Zoom Room Meeting ID is not making it easier.
Hi @CRX_Paramount ,
Thank you for reaching out to the Zoom Community! Unfortunately at this time, It is not possible to block a time out on the Zoom Room Scheduler without a meeting ID. The Zoom Room Scheduler uses the meeting ID to identify and manage individual meetings, and it is not possible to block a time out without this identification.
With that being said, I can fully understand the use case for this and would recommend submitting this as a Feature Request for our team to review/implement in later Zoom versions. Please feel free to submit that Feature Request here, https://zoom.us/feed.