Uniquely identify user based on the URL they have joined

I have a requirement to uniquely identify who has joined the meeting based on a parameter in the URL. We currently subscribe to web hooks which provide us information such as:

{
  event: 'meeting.participant_joined',
  account_id: '[REDACTED]',
  object: {
    duration: 1,
    start_time: '2020-03-25T04:53:45Z',
    timezone: 'America/Los_Angeles',
    topic: 'Snacks',
    id: '[REDACTED]',
    type: 2,
    uuid: '[REDACTED]',
    participant: {
      id: '[REDACTED]',
      user_id: '[REDACTED]',
      user_name: 'Gajus Kuizinas',
      join_time: '2020-03-25T04:53:45Z'
    },
    host_id: '[REDACTED]'
  }
}

The challenge is that we don’t have any link between id or user_id and our database, i.e. Is there a way to add unique ID to the meeting invitation ID that would appear in web hook information about the participant?, e.g.

https://zoom.us/j/[REDACTED]?uid=foobar

when used should produce:

{
  event: 'meeting.participant_joined',
  account_id: '[REDACTED]',
  object: {
    duration: 1,
    start_time: '2020-03-25T04:53:45Z',
    timezone: 'America/Los_Angeles',
    topic: 'Snacks',
    id: '[REDACTED]',
    type: 2,
    uuid: '[REDACTED]',
    participant: {
      uid: 'foobar',
      id: '[REDACTED]',
      user_id: '[REDACTED]',
      user_name: 'Gajus Kuizinas',
      join_time: '2020-03-25T04:53:45Z'
    },
    host_id: '[REDACTED]'
  }
}

Hey @gajus,

There is no way to do this via a URL, but it is built in using the registrant and participant IDs.

Please see my posts here for more details:

Thanks,
Tommy

Very cool. Thank you

Unfortunately, that is not an option.

Turns out it only works for paid users.

{
    "code": 200,
    "message": "Only available for Paid user: [REDACTED]"
}

What are my options of users are not paid? (Which payment level does this require?)

Hey @gajus,

Correct, the dashboard endpoints requires a Business or a higher plan, and the report endpoints requires a Pro or higher plan.

The Get Past Meeting Participant endpoint also requires a Pro or higher plan.

Thanks,
Tommy