I tried using the PreMeetingService.ListAllMeeting() api call to obtain the list of all the meetings that the logged-in user currently has. However, the callback only lists the meeting-ids of the meetings that the logged-in user has created, but does not list the meeting-ids that the user is invited to.
This happens even after I explicitly authorize my zoom-account to edit and access my google-calendar. However, the zoom-app that I have installed locally lists both the meetings that I created as well as the meeting I’m invited to.
Using the latest zoom-sdk version from github: https://github.com/zoom/zoom-sdk-android
To Reproduce(If applicable)
Steps to reproduce the behavior:
- Initialize the zoomSDKInstance
- Log-in to zoomSDK:
- call the API to list all meetings: ZoomSDK.getInstance().getPreMeetingService.ListMeeting()
- In the PreMeetingService.Listener callback: the meeting Ids listed are only the meeting ids that the logged-in user created. It does not include the meeting-ids that the user has been invited to.
However, if I log-into a zoom-app I am able to view the meetings that I am invited to along with the meetings that I created.
Is the API supposed to work this way? Or is this a bug?
Any pointers would be really appreciated.