Students using Chromebooks and accessing Zoom links through Canvas, when clicking on a Zoom link for a particular teacher for period 6, it takes them to period 8 meeting instead. Verified the URL is accurate and when I, or other students click on the link we go to the right meeting, but two students go to the wrong meeting.
Sorry to hear about the trouble here—can you please send these details to our Technical Support team? You can reach out to them directly here, and they should be able to take a closer look as they’re the experts in this area.
I am having the same issue. Three of my students from different classes are having the same problem. When they click on the meeting link, it directs them to a different meeting. I emailed the correct link to the students in question and that link still took them to the incorrect meeting. When I tested the link that was sent in the email, it brought me to the correct meeting.
I have a student with the exact same issue. Any fixes?
My students are using Zoom through Microsoft TEAMs and are experiencing the same issue. They are clicking on the links I send out and it is taking them to a previously used Zoom link.
Can you please email as many details as possible, and the meeting URLs to firstname.lastname@example.org? From there we can take a deeper look at the issue.
This is my meeting url.
Dorothy Davis is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Morning Meeting
Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 821 9906 5522
I send this link out through Zoom using Microsoft TEAMs. My students are using Chromebooks and are using Chrome as their internet browser. I had another student who was sent to the incorrect Zoom link today after copying and pasting the link into the internet browser.
I’m having a nearly identical problem. One student in class is using the correct link, but is taken to an old meeting. I emailed the link directly to the student, and they’re taken again to the same old meeting. Upon testing the link myself, I’m taken to the correct meeting. May I follow this same advice, as well?