Changing Workspace Reservation web portal settings

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Workspace, location, and admin-level settings on the admin Workspace Reservation web portal allow account owners and admins to change settings for users at different levels. You can also lock settings on or off to prevent users from changing them.

Account owners and admins can use the Workspaces section on the Zoom web portal to manage their Workspace Reservation settings in one place.

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Prerequisites for changing Workspace Reservation web portal settings

How to access Workspace Reservation web portal settings

  1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal as an admin with the privilege to edit account settings.
  2. In the navigation menu, click Workspaces Management then Workspaces.
  3. Use location hierarchy to access the hierarchy level you want to enable this setting for (building, floor, or workspace).
  4. Click Settings for that location or workspace (Building Settings, Floor Settings, Desk/Room Settings) to enable it for the location or workspace.
    You can also click Account Settings to change the setting for the entire account.
  5. Find the setting that you want to change.

Understand the Workspace Reservation web portal settings



  • Under construction: Workspaces with under construction mode enabled are hidden on the dashboard by default and all issue notifications are disabled. You can change your dashboard filters to show workspace under construction if you prefer.
  • Workspace Check-In and Check-Out: User will be required to check in to keep the workspace reservation and will be able to check out to release the workspace.
  • Workspace Device Type: Displays the licensed workspaces, Zoom Rooms, and Zoom Phones.

Device Management

  • Workspace Passcode: This 1-16 digit number or characters is used to secure your workspace application. This code must be entered on your workspace device to change settings or sign out.
  • Activation Code: An activation code is generated after setting up a workspace on the web portal and will be emailed to the user who created the workspace and also be viewable on the web portal.
  • Autonomous Single App Mode: For iPads, you can restrict the devices to run only the Workspaces app by enabling Autonomous Single App Mode (ASAM). ASAM allows you to exit Single App Mode in case of network failure, and so on.

Scheduling Display Device Management

Note (A): These settings are only for admin account-level settings (Account Settings) only.

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