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At Risk Meeting Notifier Follow

Overview

The At Risk Meeting Notifier is a tool to help identify which meetings may be at risk of being disrupted.

Frequently asked questions

What is the At Risk Meeting Notifier?

The At Risk Meeting Notifier scans public posts on social media sites and other public online resources for Zoom meeting links. When it finds publicly posted meeting information that indicates a given meeting may be at high risk of being disrupted, we notify account owners and admins by email.

What information does Zoom collect?

Zoom doesn’t collect any new information from you. We use information we already have - such as your meeting’s ID - and compare it against information posted publicly on the web. For example, if a given meeting is posted about many times or with certain known disruptor hashtags, we may flag it to you as being at high risk of being disrupted. For more information, please refer to Zoom’s Privacy Statement.

What sites do you scan?

We scan a variety of social media sites and other public online resources.

What should I do if I receive an email from the At Risk Meeting Notifier?

We strongly recommend you that take the following actions to make your future meetings private:

  1. Remove or report the public post.
  2. Delete the existing meeting.
  3. Schedule a new meeting.
  4. Enable these security settings:
  5. Send the new meeting information only to people that you know.

If you would like to keep your meeting public, we strongly recommend that you convert the meeting to a webinar, because a webinar will give you control over who participates with video, audio, chat, and screen sharing.