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This will be a great help to the community and to people who are having the same concern and are looking for answers.
No, that is not the solution the OP is looking for. Schedule is a feature that allows the user to create a meeting. Calendar in that context allows that event to sync to the user's calendar. iCal would be the appropriate choice for a Mac user.
However, OP wants to sync his iCloud/Apple calendar back to Zoom, so that his upcoming meetings show in the Zoom app. While this is possible on iOS, it is not possible on macOS. In the macOS app, you can only display events from Google Calendar, Microsoft Exchange, and Microsoft Office 365 (configured in your account at zoom.us). Annoying.
Annoying? Yes! But, also a little bit incompetent. Many people have switched over to Apple OS, or have been so for decades. It makes no sense to only link to Google or Microsoft. As a long time Apple user, whenever I find software that does not or cannot be linked to Apple, but, links to other systems, I view that software as BETA -- incomplete.
Something has changed, as "incompetent" as it may seem, this process used to work...
Our CEO just got a new MacBook, which used to work "properly" with his MacOS calendar, but it now insists on using his Google calendar (or Exchange if you change the defaults). For the life of me I can not find any setting that will make the meeting scheduler work like it once did, much to his frustration, and it's not like he was previously using an old Zoom or OS version either.
Hey Zoom, what's changed or what simple setting are we missing?
I updated my Zoom and just lost the iCal integration. Not very happy about that but I have to wonder if it's an Apple issue and not Zoom. I'm a longtime Mac user and have seen them cause issues like this one. I'm going to dig deeper.
Hi Bort. Maybe it's a bit silly, but I can't make it work. I'm using Zoom on my Macbook. Do I have to find this setting in the Zoom app? And if so: where? Or should I find it when I go to Zoom.us somewhere in the settings? I really don't know. The problem is, when I use Zoom on my iMac, it automatically syncs a scheduled meeting to my Apple calendar. But somehow, when I schedule a meeting on my Macbook, it tries to open Outlook.
Hi everyone, I am not so sure that anything has really changed. When you are in the "schedule a meeting window" scroll down to the bottom just above the "advanced options" drop down and there you will find the calender buttons. I am not sure if there has to be anything turned on in the settings to enable this. I hope this helps.
1. Zoom Home window. 2. Click "Schedule" button. 3. Scroll down to calender buttons and select iCal. 4. Schedule your meeting. TaDa!!!