We have mandatory registration on our webpage, And we want to offer webinars. I have made a simple “register for the webinar” button - supposed to be a 1 click solution and then use the API to automatically register the user with first_name, last_name and email.
That went very well when I used my zoom account as test person. Now I have created a test user on our site, and I get the following error:
“code”:1001,“message”:“User does not exist: firstname.lastname@example.org.”
And I am sure that is correct, but is there a way to allow for “pass through” registration, so that our users don’t have to type everything twice? I am perfectly OK with zoom sending the user a confirmation mail. But I need to keep track, in my system, of users who registered for the webinar.
And calling via cURL but as I write, it works with “known” zoom accounts.
We want the webinars to require registration, as we don’t want “anyone” to go there. But we would like to be able to auto register the registrants, via API from our website.
Thank you in advance,