Recently, we have received a request to review our zoom app, and I quote: “
You are receiving this email because you are using the Meeting SDK to join Meetings outside of your account.
Zoom has published a policy on how Meeting SDK applications can operate. It requires Meeting SDK applications to meet certain criteria, which will be validated through a marketplace review, in order to join meetings hosted by another account.
The Zoom App Marketplace team must approve your Meeting SDK app before December 20th, 2023. If your app has not been approved by this date, the app will be blocked from accessing meetings outside of the developer account used to create it.
Please submit your app for marketplace review as soon as possible to allow for time to fix any issues found by the review team.”
However, after some research on the app review process, we noticed that only public/published apps should be reviewed. We don’t intend to publish the app, and we don’t need it to be public on the marketplace, but we’re confused whether we need to go through the review process or not. We use the Meeting SDK in order for the users (patients) to join meetings from our Mobile app. Meetings are being created by doctors and being sent to patients. Could you please advise?