I am looking to essentially clone the functionality of the iPad displays outside of our meeting rooms, specifically the red/green bar at the bottom that says if the room is available or not. I have tried using the API endpoints below, but can only see if a room is in a meeting if the zoom meeting has actually been started. If someone schedules a meeting in a room but never starts the Zoom call, the bar will turn red on the display but the API will list the room as “Available”. I looked deeper to see if I queried more information from each room if it would be easy to determine if it is occupied without a started call, but I can’t seem to do it.
Is there a way to determine if the room is just occupied/scheduled vs. whether just the call is available? Since the iPads can display it, I assume there is some API endpoint I can hit to determine this. Any help is appreciated!
Has there been any progress on this question since it was asked in 2019?
We need a simple way to add to a website this feature. A red or green dot showing whether a zoom meetings is occupied or not. We intend to use this primarily for our personal meeting rooms.
Ideally, we would love an option to make that public green/red flag visible or just turn grey, by a setting in a persons zoom account or app. So folks could choose to advertise whether they are “in” their personal room or opt out from making that info visible.