I want the user to be able to create a meeting for others to join. So far I’ve accomplished the following:
The user clicks a button which redirects him to “https://zoom.us/oauth/. authorize”, after authorization zoom will send the user back to my specific url returning a authorization code, which I can use to make a server side request to “https://zoom.us/oauth/token” to generate an oauth token. Having this token I’m able to create a meeting firing another HTTP call to the zoom api - please correct me if I’m wrong or there’s anything else to pay attention to.
That might work for a lot of use cases, but not for ours. - Is there a way to instantly create a meeting without the user/host having to authenticate? So that anybody inside the application could click a button and immediately open a meeting, enabling others to join and talk?
In other words: do I have to authenticate the user itself or is it possible that I handle his request with my backend and verify my app instead, letting everybody, without ever having to login to zoom, instantly creating a meeting (without scheduling)?
Which App Type?
WebSdk, JWT, OAuth