How to support ZoomGov accounts with an OAuth app

We have a customer of our OAuth app that is migrating to I don’t see documentation anywhere for how to authorize with The customer says that the login does not work on for them. When I tried altering our oauth flow to use instead of it gives an an Invalid client_id: message.

What are the recommended guidelines for making sure your app is ready for use?

Invalid client_id:

Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?

Which Endpoint/s?

How To Reproduce (If applicable)
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

  1. Make an Zoom OAuth application
  2. Try to authenticate with a account

Screenshots (If applicable)

Hey @smurray,

Currently ZoomGov does not support 3rd party applications.


Thanks for the response @tommy.

If ZoomGov does not support 3rd party applications then this messaging is very confusing

Is there a timeline for when they will be supported?

Hi @smurray,

We appreciate the feedback and will pass this along to our team to see if we can make this a bit clearer going forward. While we don’t have any timelines to share at this moment, you can always keep an eye on our Changelog and Upcoming Changes to see what’s on our roadmap.


Hi Tommy,
It seems confusing.
There is no plan to support 3rd party apps with Zoomgov? It appears that Slack already is being supported with
Could you clarify on your statement “3rd party applications not being supported”?

Hey @ashchukin,

The Slack integration is built internal by us (Zoom). We are investigating the possibility of opening up the Zoom App Marketplace to our Gov Cloud.


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