I’d like this functionality too - for time tracking applications which try to work out what you’re doing by reading the current foreground window title, this would really help. I use Timing on my Mac for this, and currently all of my Zoom meetings just get lumped together as “Zoom Meeting”, and I have to cross-check my schedule to find out what the meeting was, which is quite irritating, whereas if the meeting name was in the title, Timing could assign it automatically.
When you are in a Zoom meeting, if you click the Green Shield icon in the upper left corner, the meeting details, including the title, will display.
Thanks, @christine.miller, I’m indeed using that feature already, but it’s often too late at that point!
So I will sometimes find myself “alone” in a Zoom meeting, wondering where everyone else who accepted the invite is hanging out … only to realise I must’ve clicked the wrong meeting to join in the “Meetings” tab of the main Zoom window.
Checking the Zoom meeting details via the Green Shield icon, as you offered, indeed confirms I joined the wrong meeting … again!
Displaying the meeting name in the title bar of the zoom window would be a handy, visual reminder/confirmation of the meeting you joined, to avoid having to embarrassingly explain why you’re several minutes late, once you’ve joined the “actual” meeting you were supposed to join.