Using the Zoom Add-on for Google

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Last Updated: April 08, 2021
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4/25/2021:  Update to the Zoom Add-on for Google.
See below on how to authorize this add-on and sign in.

 

You can start an instant meeting or schedule a meeting with your email participants directly in Gmail, in Calendar or in Drive on a desktop with the Zoom add-on.

  1. Click the Zoom icon in the right sidebar.

    (If you don't see the right sidebar icons, click < in the bottom right corner)
    open right sidebar
  2. Click Authorize Access
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  3. Important:  Scroll to the bottom of the login prompt and sign in with Single Sign On (SSO):
  4. Clicking Sign in with SSO will bring you to the NetID login page.
  5. You may be prompted to type in the domain:  stonybrook.zoom.us
  6. Next, you will be prompted to allow access Zoom.   If you do not see this prompt and it doesn't appear that you are logging into Zoom (swirling circle) check to see if the Authorization prompt is behind other screens.

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