Hiding controls

I am working with the C++ demo app in the WIndows SDK, v4.6.21666.0428 . I have it working to where I can log in and join a meeting.

Question: is there a function call / interface method to hide essentially all controls at the bottom of the video window? I am working on an app for seniors, who find them more confusing than helpful. For example, my users don’t need or want the chat feature. To them, it’s only a distraction, and if they click on it the appearance of the chat window only confuses them. They doesn’t need a participant list, they see them on the screen. They don’t need to record, another participant will do that for them if needed. They just want to see their grandkids in the Gallery view. Can I hide these unneeded (by them) controls – basically, everything except the Leave button – in the Zoom standard API, or do I need a custom UI for that? Tx

Hi @dplattipswich,

Thanks for using Zoom SDK. Yes, you could control show/hide the buttons, you may leverage the interfaces in https://zoom.github.io/zoom-sdk-windows/class_i_meeting_configuration.html. For example, if you would like to hide the chat button, you may use HideChatItemOnMeetingUI(https://zoom.github.io/zoom-sdk-windows/class_i_meeting_u_i_elem_configuration.html#a176c2d286f9b86af2fe4967c77a8a12c).

Hope this helps. Thanks!