In the interests of Zoom meeting security, annotations are disabled for Cornell Zoom meetings by default.
To enable annotations for your Zoom meetings:Log in to your Cornell Zoom account (cornell.zoom.us), then click Settings . Under...Read more
Instructors can share a presentation from their laptop and annotate it in the Zoom meeting.If they have not already done so, meeting hosts must Enable Annotation of Shared Content in a Zoom Meeting in their...Read more
Cornell IT staff will be making several important changes to default settings in Zoom starting January 25, 2021, affecting live transcriptions of meetings, hosts ability to change the layout of cloud recordings, and the management of high-quality video in meetings.Read more
While Zoom has recently (October 2020) introduced end-to-end encryption for meetings and webinars, users should be aware that, when activated, it disables many common features, including: join before host, cloud recording, live transcription, Breakout Rooms, polling,...Read more
For some customers, Zoom has begun implementing live, real-time automatic speech recognition (ASR) transcripts. This feature is available to Cornell users who host meetings and webinars.Read more
Zoom offers the ability to provide real-time automatic speech recognition (ASR) captions and transcripts for meetings and webinars. In-session ASR captions...Read more
Starting Sunday, August 16, 2020, Zoom’s Telephone Call-out feature will no longer be available for hosts and attendees of Cornell Zoom meetings whose host does not have a Premium Audio license.Read more