Yes, there's a feature called "Practice Run" that allows you to test out the webinar in advance, get comfortable with the software, etc. More information can be found on Zoom's Webinar Practice Session page.
Increase the security of your Zoom sessions to reduce the chance of unwanted attendees (i.e., Zoombombing). We recommend using as many of these options as you reasonably can without impacting your course or meeting.
Cornell users who want to schedule Zoom meetings using the Outlook calendar can use the Microsoft Zoom Add-in for Outlook to integrate the two applications. The current add-in that integrates Outlook and Zoom is provided by Microsoft.
Previously, Zoom offered a Plug-in for Outlook that is no longer supported by Microsoft and Apple. This Zoom plug-in is deprecated and any remaining copies should be removed—follow the instructions under Remove the Deprecated Zoom Plug-In for Outlook below.
Be aware that Zoom session settings and details created with the deprecated Zoom plug-in cannot be edited with the new Microsoft add-in. This means that if you need to make changes to an old Zoom meeting that was scheduled with the legacy Zoom plug-in, it is recommended that you simply delete the old meeting and reschedule it using the new Microsoft add-in.
For students, Cornell Zoom recordings can be created only in your local storage.
Faculty and staff who attend a meeting can create recordings in local storage if the host has given them that permission.
Faculty and staff who host a meeting can choose local or cloud storage for their recording.