I would like to register attendees for Zoom webinars using a custom form on my company website. Visitors could be from any company and therefore different Zoom accounts. It seems the only possible way to register them via API, i.e. without navigating to a Zoom domain, is to create a bespoke, OAuth application in the marketplace that must be published publicly, and then the visitor must engage in the OAuth flow just to submit their email and name as an attendee.
Is there no other way to register via API? It doesn’t seem like getting OAuth would be necessary to simply add name and email to an attendee list. I am concerned that site visitors may be barred from registering as an attendee if they cannot install the app on their own/company’s Zoom account. The registration URL that Zoom generates for each webinar doesn’t require any sort of login, so why is OAuth required? Can it be done with JWT?
The full error message or issue you are running into.
Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?
I have a User-managed OAuth app set up, but am curious if this is really necessary for my purposes.
How To Reproduce (If applicable)
Perhaps I’m misunderstanding what is the purpose of the Zoom app in my case