Hi, we host meetings/webinars through a portal on our website, and control access by registering, and approving registration for our users through the api.
Unfortunately, our users get really confused when they sign into zoom on the website and think that’s the same as signing in on the desktop/mobile application. (We also have to request their email so that we can authenticate them for the meetings they have access to, which creates headaches with typos and email address mix-ups).
The problem with only using password protection, is that anyone who correctly joins the meeting can look at the meeting info and share the information the password with users who are not supposed to be in the meeting.
I’m wondering if there’s any technique I haven’t considered our found yet. (maybe a setting to not show meeting info, or a way to authenticate users without requiring sign in through the zoom app).
I should also note that we’re using “zoomus” url to launch the client for our users.
PS: We’ll probably switch over to the webSDK to solve these problems once it has the features we need on the “Zoom Developer Roadmap”, but it would be great if we could improve our short term solution.