How to use the zoom timer app
An elegant countdown animation appears at the top of the timer app, followed by an alarm that resembles water. The perfect solution for keeping meetings on track, keeping track of timed tasks, and even meditating in the middle of meetings. As the timer counts down, the current time is displayed along with the current time in the center of the screen.
There are a number of lengths of time you can choose to start the timer from, including: 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 20 minutes, 25 minutes and 30 minutes. You can adjust the length of the timer up to 100 minutes by entering your own custom values.
- Desktop client for Zoom
- If you are using Windows, you need version 5.7.3 or higher
- macOS requires version 5.7.3 or higher
- A Zoom account is required.
- Added an addendum to your network or firewall’s URL allow list that allows access to the timer app’s URL: https://timer.zoomapp.cloud/ by your administrator.
How to install from App Marketplace
As part of the Zoom desktop client, there is a timer app that appears in your app list on the left side of the screen.
To install the app manually, follow these steps:
- Type timer in the Zoom Marketplace search box so you can find the app by logging in.
- Click the Add button.
- Please review the requested permissions and click the Authorize button.
In the Zoom desktop client, the app can be found in the “Apps” section after installation.
How to use the Zoom Timer app
Timer apps can be launched both from the Apps tab in the Zoom client and from within a Zoom meeting by selecting the timer app from the Apps tab.
You can select a preset time interval or enter a custom interval of up to 100 minutes.
How to uninstall from App Marketplace
- You can access the Zoom Marketplace by logging into your Zoom account and navigating to the Zoom Marketplace page.
- Search for the Timer app in the App Store and click on it.
- To remove the application, click the Remove button.
During Zoom meetings, users can open the application and view the timer in the participant’s video using the zoomapp:inmeeting scope. The app does not pass on any personal data to third parties.
It is recommended that you check out the full list of Zoom Apps SDK methods this app can access:
- setVirtualForeground – The timer can be demonstrated to meeting participants by adding an image to the foreground of their video to provide a visual representation of the timer.
- removeVirtualForeground – A method that allows you to remove an image from the foreground of the user’s video that was set from the user’s video using setVirtualForeground.
- onMyMediaChange – The app will receive notifications when a user’s video settings are changed, e.g. B. when the user enables or disables video and when the user mutes or unmutes the sound.
- Note: A request for this event is made by the app to ensure the clock is displayed with the correct dimensions and aspect ratio in relation to the user’s video stream.