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View Recommended Hardware. Zoom Meetings connects with some of your favorite applications to enhance collaboration. In addition to the meeting ID, the passcode must be entered before a participant can join a meeting. A passcode can be automatically created and added to your meetings when you schedule in Zoom, or you can designate a passcode to use with your Personal Meeting ID. To use meeting passcodes, you must enabled the feature in your Zoom settings.
A passcode and the Waiting Room feature may be used together or separately but one must be enabled for every meeting. To add a passcode to a previously-scheduled meeting, locate the meeting in your Zoom desktop application or in your Zoom web portal:. Your meeting invitation will include the passcode. Attendees who click the link in the invite to join will not have to enter the passcode.
If an attendee enters the meeting ID into their Zoom application or online to join, they will have to locate and type the passcode to join the meeting. When adding a passcode after a meeting invite has been sent, you MUST re-send the invite so participants receive the passcode to join the meeting.
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