Zoom settings provide you with the ability to customize your meeting participation preferences.
Accessing your settings from the browser can allow you to edit a few more advanced settings than from the client. You can access the browser setting by clicking "View More Settings" from your client (see above) or through logging in directly from your browser (see below)
The General Settings provide you with the ability to indicate your Application, Content Sharing, and Instant Message preferences.
The Audio Settings provide you the ability to determine the source of your audio, either computer or phone, for meeting participation. You can also test your computer’s audio capabilities.
The Video Settings provide you the ability to determine your preferences during meeting participation.
The Recording Location settings provide you the ability to specify a folder for your recordings to be stored.
Your meeting ID is the unique number that connects to your personal virtual conference room. When you create a Zoom invite, your meeting link will end in an arbitrary number like this: https://ucsd.zoom.us/1234567890.
We recommend that you change your personal meeting ID to your office phone number instead of the random number string assigned automatically by Zoom.
Instructions on how to set a personalized meeting ID can be found on Zoom's Personal meeting ID (PMI) and personal link
Note: You can only change your personal meeting ID if you have the Pro version of Zoom.
You can set your Personal Meeting ID to be associated with your phone number. However, you can customize this option as well, the only requirement is that your Vanity URL must be at least 5 characters.
To learn how to create a personal URL for Zoom, review Zoom's Personal meeting ID (PMI) and personal link page.
If you still have questions or need additional assistance, please submit a Zoom Request Form