Getting started with Zoom Rooms for Touch

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You can install the Zoom Rooms software on a Windows PC that has a touchscreen, and then start or join a meeting using either the integrated touch screen controller or a separate iPad or Android controller. Zoom Rooms for Touch is also equipped with a whiteboard. You can start a whiteboard session, and then invite others to a meeting where they can view and annotate the whiteboard.

Prerequisites for getting started with Zoom Rooms for Touch

  • System requirements overview
  • Single touchscreen monitor or multiple monitors
  • Zoom Rooms for Windows global minimum version or higher 
    • Windows 10 OS or higher
    • The Windows PC must meet the system requirements for Zoom Rooms for the desired monitor count.
  • Zoom Rooms Appliance Zoom Rooms global minimum version or higher 
    • Not all Zoom Rooms Appliances have an integrated touch display, but external 3rd-party touch displays may be supported; consult the Appliance vendor documentation for external touch display support.
  • Zoom Rooms for iPad global minimum version or higher 
    • iPadOS version 14 or higher


The Home screen on Zoom Rooms for Touch includes the controls you need to start or join a meeting, as well as access to the integrated whiteboard and access to instructions that let others in the room share their screen. If the room is associated with a calendar resource, the Home screen also includes a list of meetings scheduled for the room. If the meeting list includes Zoom meetings, those meetings are associated with a START button, where you can start the scheduled meeting. After you start a meeting, you also have access to the integrated meeting controller.

See the following articles for details about how to use the features available for Zoom Rooms for Touch:

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