Trying to use API to automate the creation of a restricted meeting, adding hundreds of registrants and then approving only these added registrants to access the meeting.
[code] => 1001 [message] => User does not exist: email@example.com.
Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?
Using JWT token
How To Reproduce (If applicable)
Data being sent (via cURL) to the add registrant endpoint for the existing meeting ID is pretty simple:
$data = array( "email" => $email, "first_name" => $firstName, "last_name" => $surname );
But always returns the “User does not exist” message. It would be great to get some clarity as to what I’m doing wrong. Do I need to add the user to my account first? That doesn’t seem to make (human) logical sense if so - these are hundreds of random people who are attending an event and I wouldn’t think should have any connection to my own account. Many (most?) of them will already have their own Zoom account, and some won’t.
What I’m trying to mimic with the API is looking up the meeting on the web portal, going to the Registration URL and filling this form out once for every single attendee, which as far as I can see is very much the manual approach to what I feel I am trying to automate - albeit perhaps wrongly - via the API.
Thanks in advance for any help - one thing all my searching on this forum has at least made clear is that you guys are really helpful and responsive.