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While it’s easy to start a Zoom meeting on the spot, it’s also just as easy to schedule one in advance — which can help you organize your remote work calendar.
The process for scheduling a Zoom meeting looks similar whether you’re doing so on the website, desktop app, or mobile app. Here’s how to do it all.
How to set up a Zoom meeting on the website
Head to the Zoom website, and sign into your account.
Once logged in, click “My Account” in the upper-right corner of the homepage.
Click “Schedule a Meeting” in the upper-right corner. This will open a form, where you can fill out the meeting topic and description, as well as set the date and time. You’ll also have the option to schedule it as a recurring meeting. Edit all of the details and when you’re done, scroll to the bottom and click the “Save” button.
On the next page, you have the option to add the meeting to your Google Calendar, Outlook Calendar, or Yahoo Calendar. Or, you can copy the invitation link and share it out with your guests.
How to set up a Zoom meeting on the desktop app
Open the Zoom desktop app on your computer and sign in.
On the “Home” tab, click the “Schedule” tile. Alternatively, you can schedule a new meeting by clicking the small plus “+” sign icon on the top-left side of the “Meetings” tab.
This will open a pop-up that looks similar to the online form. Enter the meeting name, date, and time. Choose your Video, Calendar, and Security settings. In the “Advanced Options” section, you can choose additional settings, like “Mute participants upon entry.”
Click the blue “Save” button when you’re done. Your scheduled meetings will now appear on the right side of the “Home” tab. You can also …read more
Source:: Business Insider