Note: You need a paid Zoom account to use the plugin.
Go to System Console > Plugins > Zoom to configure the Zoom Plugin.
Set Enable Plugin to
How are you hosting Zoom?
If you're using a self-hosted private cloud or on-premises Zoom server, enter the Zoom URL and Zoom API URL for the Zoom server, for example
https://api.yourzoom.com/v2 respectively. Leave blank if you're using Zoom's vendor-hosted SaaS service.
Leave Zoom API URL and Zoom URL fields blank.
How are your users connecting to Zoom? (more information)
Set Enable OAuth to
Use the Client ID and Client Secret generated during Zoom Configuration to fill in the fields Zoom OAuth Client ID and Zoom OAuth Client Secret.
Click the Regenerate button next to the field At Rest Token Encryption Key.
Make sure Enable Password based authentication is set to
Ignore API Key and API Secret fields.
Make sure Enable OAuth is set to
Ignore the fields Zoom OAuth Client ID, Zoom OAuth Client Secret, and At Rest Token Encryption Key.
Set Enable Password based authentication to
Use the API Key and API Secret generated during Zoom Configuration to fill in the fields API Key and API Secret.
If you are using Webhooks or Deauthorization, make sure you hit the Regenerate button on Webhook Secret field.