Getting Started with Integrations Follow

Overview

Zoom offers many integrations with third-party vendors to simplify workflows. Some of these integrations need to be configured on the Account Integrations page and some require extensions and plugins. 

Downloadable plugins include the Microsoft Outlook plugin, the Google Chrome extension for scheduling with Google Calendar, the Firefox add-on for scheduling with Google calendar, and the Skype for Business (Lync) plugin. 

Zoom is configurable with identity providers for Single Sign-on based on SAML 2.0. Learn more about using SSO with Zoom.

You can also develop your own integrations with REST API, Desktop SDK, or MobileRTC™ stacks . Learn more.

Prerequisites

  • Zoom account - Free with Credit Card, Pro, API Partner, Business or Education

Note: Some integrations have additional prerequisites which are listed in the documentation for those integrations.

Instructions

Configuring Integrations in your Zoom Web Portal

To configure integrations, login to your Zoom web portal and navigate to the Integrations page. 

  • Google Calendar - This setting determines whether Google calendar shows as an option under Add to Calendar when scheduling a meeting. If this is turned off, Google Calendar will not appear as an option. We also offer a Chrome extension and a Firefox add-on which allow you to easily schedule meetings on your Google Calendar. They are not affected by this setting. Learn more about the Chrome extension. Learn more about the Firefox add-on. 
  • Google Drive - This setting allows users who join from a mobile device to share files stored in their Google Drive account. If this is disabled, they will not have the Google Drive option when sharing from an Android or iOS device.
  • Dropbox - This setting allows users who join from a mobile device to share files stored in their Dropbox account. If this is disabled, they will not have the Dropbox option when sharing from an Android or iOS device.
  • Box - This setting allows users who join from a mobile device to share files stored in their Box account. If this is disabled, they will not have the Box option when sharing from an Android or iOS device.
  • Microsoft OneDrive - This setting allows users who join from a mobile device to share files stored in their Microsoft OneDrive account. If this is disabled, they will not have the Microsoft OneDrive option when sharing from an Android or iOS device.
  • Kubi - The Kubi integration allows users to control a Kubi device from within a Zoom meeting. Learn more about Kubi.
  • Eloqua - The Eloqua integration allows you to register webinar registrants as part of your Eloqua campaign. Read more about the Eloqua integration. 
  • Epic - The Epic integration allows you to add Zoom meeting links within an Epic appointment to launch a tele-health video session. Read more about the Epic integration.
  • HipChat - The HipChat integration allows you to schedule, view, and start Zoom meetings within HipChat. Learn more about the HipChat integration.
  • HubSpot - The Hubspot integration allows you to register Zoom webinar attendees via Hubspot and send out custom confirmation emails from Hubspot. Learn more about the Hubspot integration.
  • InfusionSoft - The InfusionSoft integration allows you to register Zoom webinar attendees from the InfusionSoft landing page and send out custom registration and follow up emails through InfusionSoft. Learn more about the InfusionSoft integration.
  • Kaltura - The Kaltura integration allows you to automatically upload Zoom cloud recordings to Kaltura after the meeting has ended. Learn more about the Kaltura integration.
  • LTI - The LTI integration allows you to configure an LTI v1.1.1 provider with Zoom to easily share meeting information in your courses. Learn more about LTI integrations.
  • LTI Canvas - The LTI Canvas integration allows you to configure Zoom with Canvas to start and join Zoom meetings from Canvas. Learn more about LTI with Canvas. We also offer an app with Canvas which offers additional functionality: scheduling, starting and joining meetings and sharing and playing cloud recordings. Learn more about the Zoom App with Canvas.
  • LTI D2L - The Zoom integration with BrightSpace (D2L) allows you to add a meeting to the course calendar, start/join a meeting from BrightSpace and view and share cloud recordings. Learn more about the BrightSpace (D2L) integration. 
  • LTI Moodle - The Zoom Moodle integration allows you to start Zoom meetings from within Moodle. Learn more about the LTI integration with Moodle. We also offer a REST API plugin with Moodle. Learn more about the REST API plugin with Moodle. 
  • Marketo - The Marketo integration will allow you to generate Marketo leads from participants that joined a Zoom Webinar and allow you to push information captured on Marketo to a Zoom Webinar. Read how to configure the Marketo integration.
  • Microsoft Teams - Zoom's Microsoft Teams integration allows you to start an instant meeting or join a scheduled meeting through Bots commands. Read more about the Teams integration.
  • Ontraport - The Zoom and ONTRAPORT integration allows you to register Zoom webinar attendees through ONTRAPORT Smart Forms and follow up with attendees via Ontraport. Learn more about the Ontraport integration. 
  • Office 365 - The Office 365 add-in allows you to schedule and update Zoom meetings within an Office 365 calendar event. Learn more about the Office 365 add-in.
  • Panopto - The Panopto integration allows you to automatically upload your Zoom cloud recordings to Panopto after the meeting ends. Learn more about the Panopto integration.
  • Salesforce - The Salesforce integration allows you to schedule and start Zoom meetings with leads from within Salesforce. Learn more about the Salesforce integration. 
  • Salesforce Pardot - The Salesforce Pardot integration allows you to automatically add webinar registrants to Pardot. Learn more about the Pardot integration.
  • Slack (Legacy) - You will only see this option if you configured the Slack integration with Zoom before the Slack App was released. The legacy Slack integration allows you to start an instant meeting or join a scheduled meeting through slash commands in your channels. We recommend upgrading the the Slack App. Learn more about the Legacy Slack integration. 
  • Slack App - The Zoom Slack app allows you to start an instant meeting or join a scheduled meeting from within a Slack channel. If the meeting was recorded to the cloud, it will also share the recording link within the channel. Learn more about the Slack App (New Zoom Slack Integration).
  • Zapier - The Zapier integration allows you to trigger actions with other apps when something occurs in Zoom or cause an action in Zoom when something occurs in another app. It can be used to integrate Zoom with a service where there is not a direct integration. Read more about the Zapier integration.
  • Zendesk - The Zendesk and Zoom integration allows Zendesk agents to start an instant meeting or schedule a meeting from within Zendesk. It also adds a link to the recording as an internal note, if the meeting is recorded to the cloud. Read more about configuring the Zendesk integration.
  • Workplace -  The Workplace by Facebook Zoom Bot integration allows you to start an instant meeting or join a scheduled meeting. Read more about the Workplace integration. Read more about the Workplace integration.
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