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Starting and Joining Meetings Using Zoom Rooms for Touch Follow

Overview

The Home screen of Zoom Rooms for Touch includes a list of any meetings scheduled for the room. If the meeting list includes Zoom meetings, those meetings are associated with a START button, where you can start a scheduled meeting. You can also start an instant meeting or join a meeting started outside of the Zoom Room.

This article covers: 

Prerequisites

  • Zoom Rooms for Windows version 4.0.44731.0823
  • Windows PC version 8.1 or higher with a touch screen
  • Touch drivers installed on the computer
  • Single display only

Start a Scheduled Meeting

If your room is associated with a calendar resource, the scheduled meetings for that Zoom Room will show on the screen. If the meeting is scheduled as a Zoom meeting, you can start the meeting by tapping START.

Start an Instant Meeting or Call a H.323/SIP Room

From the Home screen, tap Meet. The meeting will begin with the settings that configured on the Zoom web portal for that room.

To start a meeting with an H.323/SIP room:

  1. Tap the down arrow beside Meet.
  2. Tap Call H.323/SIP.
  3. Enter the IP address or E.164 number, then tap Call.

Join a Meeting

If you know the meeting ID, you can join a meeting currently in progress from your Zoom Rooms for Touch.

  1. From the home screen, tap Join. The keypad will display.
  2. Enter the meeting ID of the meeting you want to join. 
  3. Tap Join Meeting. You will have access to the in-meeting controls.