URL Guidelines for Public Profiles of OnZoom Hosts

An OnZoom host can create a public profile URL so users can easily navigate to the host profile page to learn more about them. Public profile URLs can only be assigned to one host at a time.

Note: Creating a public profile URL is something you need to take the time to do as it will be permanently attached to your OnZoom host profile. The public profile URL you create is automatically saved to your profile once you create and save it, so you cannot change or edit it once it is created.

OnZoom Host Public Profile URL Policy

OnZoom URL addresses are only valid while the host’s OnZoom account is active; They may be canceled if the host’s Zoom or OnZoom account has been deactivated or removed for any reason.

The public profile URL belongs to Zoom, and we may, in our sole discretion, remove any content (in whole or in part), including any public profile URL, that violates these policies, the OnZoom Terms of Service, our Community Standards, or otherwise at our sole discretion.

There are some things that cannot or cannot be included in public profile URLs:

  • The word “Zoom” or variations thereof, or other content related to Zoom products and services that is similar to Zoom’s products
  • Content that indicates or implies that Zoom supports you or your events in any way
  • Content that impersonates or appears to impersonate any person, account, or entity, including a representative of Zoom, such person, account, or entity
  • Unless expressly authorized and selected by the person, place or entity with which you claim your affiliation, the word “official” may not be used
  • It does not contain content that violates the rights of others, including those related to intellectual property and privacy, or that is illegal in any way
  • Symbols and punctuation, with the exception of hyphens, should be avoided
  • The length of three characters should not be exceeded
  • In terms of generic event types, they are event types with no additional words or content (e.g. conferences, seminars, meetings, events, expos, galas, etc.).
  • Geographical locations that do not contain additional words or content (e.g. Los Angeles) that are generic in nature
  • Each URL must contain at least one letter (all URLs must contain at least one number)

Here are some examples of acceptable URLs:

  • onzoom.com/h/kyleanderson
  • onzoom.com/h/yogachris

frequently asked Questions

How do I customize my Zoom URL?

The process for customizing your personal link can be found here

  1. In order to access the Zoom web portal, you must be logged in.

  2. You can access your profile by clicking here.

  3. Next to the personal link, select Customize.

  4. If you want to use a personal link or ID, enter it here.

  5. Save the changes by clicking the Save Changes button.

As a host, how do I start a Zoom meeting?

What you should do if you are the host of your first meeting

  1. You can log into your account via Zoom’s web portal.

  2. Please click on the Meetings tab.

  3. To start a meeting, click Start next to it under Upcoming.

  4. To start the meeting, Zoom should start automatically in the background.

What does a Zoom meeting URL look like?

Please visit https://us02web.zoom.us/profile to find your unique meeting link (you must be logged into your Zoom account to access the link). In the window that appears, you will see a check mark next to the phrase “Use this ID for instant meetings.” Make sure it’s enabled.

Can a co heast start a Zoom meeting without the host?

As long as the host scheduled the Zoom meeting with certain settings configured, you can join or start the meeting without the host present. To enable the setting to allow attendees to join before the host, the host must turn off the waiting room feature when scheduling the meeting.

Can anyone be a Zoom host?

The meeting host is the user who scheduled the meeting. As long as they have full permissions to manage the meeting, they can do whatever they want. A meeting can only have one host at a time. In a co-hosting arrangement, a co-host has access to most of the control features that a host has, including the ability to manage the administrative side of the meeting, such as B. Attending the meeting.

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