What is Host Key? Follow

About

The Host Key is provided for PSTN-only Personal Audio Conference (PAC) meetings. It allows the meeting host (or other participant who knows the Host Key) to start a PAC meeting by entering the 6-digit pin when prompted by the Auto Attendant. After entering the Host Key on a PAC meeting, the meeting will start and others will be able to join as participants. The host of the meeting will have host controls available through DTMF, which are listed at Hosting a Personal Audio Conference meeting.

The host key can also be used by H.323/SIP systems connecting to meetings to claim the host role. Finally, it can also be used on the Zoom desktop application by selecting "Participants" and "Claim Host" to reclaim host controls when not signed in.

Editing your Host Key

You can edit and enter your preferred 6-digit Host Key at any time by following these steps:

1) Log in to your Profile page

2) Select Show next to your Host Key ****** to view your current 6-digit pin

3) Select Change

4) Input the new Host Key desired and select Save

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