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Requiring your attendees to authenticate by being signed in to Zoom with a Cornell NetID and password can make your Zoom meeting more secure. It can also save you from having to admit them from the Waiting Room and provides their Cornell names in the meeting Participants list.

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Leave video off when you don’t need it

For meetings where seeing each other isn't that important, turning your camera off is the easiest way to reduce the amount of data going in and out of your computer. You can adjust your settings, so you always join meetings with your camera off, and choose...Read more

You can add Zoom Session information to your meetings scheduled in Outlook. The steps listed below assume you have already scheduled the Outlook meeting and are going back to add the Zoom info, but you can use the same procedures to add Zoom info as you create the Outlook meeting.

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A known issue exists where a lengthy string (usually 30+ characters) of random letters, numbers, and characters will appear in the attendee list instead of a person's name. This can happen if you are not using the most recent version of the Zoom desktop app.

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Employees and students can create Cornell Zoom accounts. In some cases, the features available vary depending on the user’s role at the university.

Faculty, staff, and affiliates with Cornell accounts can use all of the Zoom features available through Cornell. By default...Read more

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