Thank you Tommy for the details
when I am trying with the postman to get the authorization code. it is going for a user name and password.
even I am passing client id and client secret code. could you please help?
no… the issue is still there. I’ll create a new topic.
We will be happy to help you on a new thread.
We will get to you shortly.
Thanks for the updates.
@tommy an you please respond to this, waiting for your feecback
Happy to help @xdeveloper1985!
We are doing the best we can to support everyone as fast as we can.
Thanks for your patience,
I read the blog and changes to the API requiring passwords, and I’m still a little confused. It looks like you can embed the password in the join URL when you create a meeting. Is that also true of the unique url provided to registering someone through the API? We provide unique URLs to every meeting participant and want to know if we ALSO need to provide the password, or if that password can be embedded in their unique URL. Hopefully the latter, and if so, what settings other than the user settings for allowing the password to be embedded and providing a password when creating the meeting would be needed?
Hi I am getting this on a web sdk project when SOME of my colleagues create a meeting. Other accounts can create meetings which my sdk project can connect to. What’s going on?
Yes. If the embed password in url setting is enabled, the password will be in the join_urls received from the API.
We have no other reports of our API and Marketplace being down. What did you experience?
API is not functioning properly, while adding zoom host, it says, something went wrong, is there a problem from Zoom API functionality? we are facing this issue from today on 30th May, 2020.
Please create a new topic for your issue and we will be happy to help.
Sure, will create a new topic to ask doubts.
A Wahid Syed