My platform provides event registration facilities, including for Zoom-hosted events. We use the Zoom API to administer meetings and register attendees who complete bookings through us. We configure Zoom meetings to require attendee registration accordingly, and we set registration approval to ‘manual’ and use the ‘Approve registrant’ API to approve only those that register through us.
However, we still find that in some circumstances, customers are able to discover the Zoom-hosted registration page - most commonly when their unique attendance link gets unintentionally invalidated, and clicking it thereafter brings them to the Zoom-hosted registration page rather than into the meeting. This then creates confusion when they attempt to register themselves there, but end up in a cul-de-sac since their registration request is never approved (Note: We also disable issuing of Zoom emails for the meetings, since we issue attendee links within emails dispatched from our own system and want to avoid confusion).
Is there any way that we can fully disable registrations for meetings through the Zoom-hosted page, such that registrations can only be performed via API? If not, can this be treated as an enhancement request?
Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?
Add Meeting Registrant
Approve Meeting Registrant
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