You can manage user accounts and perform single sign on with Zoom.
There is a known issue where some users may have trouble logging in to Zoom when using Google as the signin method. Other authentication methods, such as magic links, should work without a problem. (Note: We’re working on tracking this down, if you encounter it, please reach out via Feedback in the app, or email@example.com.)
In your Groove.id console (e.g. signin.example.com/setup) navigate to Apps.
Create a new Zoom application.
Click Connect to connect Groove.id to Zoom.
Navigate to the accounts tab to manage accounts.
To set up single sign on with zoom, navigate to the Signin tab.
Provide the name of the Vanity URL you use to sign in to Zoom. Single sign on requires that you have a vanity URL.
Click the button to open the zoom console, and provide the parameters provided.
When you click Save Changes in Zoom, single sign on will be ready.
Once your Zoom account is connected, you can navigate to the accounts tab to create, remove and manage Zoom users. Click the switch to enable or disable an account.
To manage an account, click the user, which will show details for the account.
From here you can deliver the initial password (Note: this applies only if you are not also using single sign on)
You can also manage the type of Zoom account (“Pro” or “basic”).
The role tab allows you to assign or revoke the user’s status as a Zoom administrator.
To use Groove.id to sign in to Zoom, click the Signin tab. Before configuring SSO, you’ll need to have a Zoom vanity URL configured. Enter your vanity URL and press save.
Then follow the instructions given to provide single sign on information to Zoom. Once Zoom is configured, users will be able to sign in to Zoom with Groove.id.
You can either open the Zoom app, go to the zoom website, or click on the Zoom icon in the Groove.id console.
You can remove access to manage Zoom with Groove.id with the following steps.
Log in to your Zoom account
If you have enabled single sign on, disable it under My Account > Advanced > Single Sign-On.
Navigate to the Zoom App Marketplace and click Manage > Installed Apps.
Click the Groove.id app.
Optional: In the Groove.id console, navigate to Apps > Zoom and click Delete. (If you skip this step the Zoom app will be deleted for you automatically after a short time.)