Zoom tips and tricks.
You can see how to add the Zoom Add On for Google Calendar here.
If you need to record a Zoom meeting when you don’t have permission to, create a new Zoom meeting where you are the host and have everyone use that one instead.
Zoom can be set up to automatically post recordings of meetings to Slack after the meeting is held:
This is most useful for remote teammates who wish to participate in a team sync after the fact.
Find the meeting in the Zoom web UI at https://zoom.us/meeting, then click Edit and check Record meeting automatically in the cloud:
Follow the steps here to set up an email address that will post to a Slack channel. We’ll use this to send Zoom recordings to Slack.
In your Gmail account settings, under Forwarding and POP/IMAP add the Slack email relay as a forwarding address:
Then in the search bar search for:
from:(firstname.lastname@example.org) Cloud Recording Distribution weekly sync is now available
And click the search bar dropdown menu:
Choose Create filter and set it to forward to the Slack channel email relay address you created:
Simply join the Zoom meeting URL and it should begin recording automatically. Say hi, and then leave the meeting. Zoom will send you an email with the recording and Gmail will forward it to Slack automatically:
Zoom has an auto-generated closed captioning feature, which has been enabled for all users by default. This feature is handy for many Sourcegraphers and makes our communication more accessible.
By default, the “CC” button is visible in your Zoom meetings. You can activate it on every meeting that you’re the host of.
If you want to disable this option, you can change it in the advanced meeting settings:
- Access https://sourcegraph.zoom.us/profile/setting
- Click on “In Meeting (Advanced)”
- Scroll to “Automated captions”
- Disable “Automated captions”, “Full Transcipt” and “Save Captions”