I am working with a real-estate portal, where many property managers list their properties - and potential clients get in contact via chat today (not using zoom). We want to enable video calling as well.
My idea was to have property managers create a zoom account each, and share their personal meeting room url. We put that behind a button on the listing, and people can join the personal room via web or app.
I was hoping that when a user tries to join the room, the property manager would get a notification in their zoom mobile app - and could “take the call” by answering/joining etc.
However, there are some problems with this.
- Property managers do not get notified when somebody tries to join the personal meeting room, so we would have to notify them (which we can) - but then the property manager has to go start a meeting in their app, make sure “use personal meeting id” is selected and then the meeting can start.
- If the client is trying to access via a mobile device, they have to download the zoom app - cannot be run in a browser.
Re 1: Any ideas on how to get around this? Is there an in-app way of notifying the user when somebody wants to join their personal meeting room?
Re 2: I don’t think this can be solved (ie running in mobile browser), is that correct?
Thanks in advance.