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A brief overview of account creation and logging into Zoom using SSO in the Windows or Mac desktop client for UMS Student, Staff, and Faculty.
Beginning November 1, 2021, zoom users will be required to update their Zoom software to ensure it is no more than nine months behind the current version, at any given time. From that point on, users will be prompted to update their software when using the platform should their version fall behind this nine-month window.

Zoom recommends users update to the latest release supported by their organization or at minimum software version 5.5.0, prior to November 1st, 2021.
How to look at the results of previous polls in Zoom.
How to Use Polling in Zoom.
How to Retrieve Past Zoom Meeting Participants List
Zoom recordings are automatically sent to Kaltura for long-time storage and streaming access.  This policy refers specifically to the original recordings made in the Zoom system that are stored on the Zoom system and deleted after 14 days. You may find your 14 day+  recordings moved to the Trash in Zoom. Recordings will stay in the Trash for 30 days before being permanently deleted.
As of June 15th, 2021, using an older version of the Zoom client will result in suboptimal performance as Application programming interface (API) calls to Google’s previous API will begin returning errors at a steadily increasing rate, until the error rate reaches 100% on December 15, 2021.   Users of non-university administered computers are required to check regularly for Zoom updates to be sure they are in compliance with Zoom policy and recommendations.  All University of Maine System Inform
A brief overview of account creation and logging into Zoom in a web browser for the UMS Student, Staff, and Faculty communities.
Zoombombing is a new form of trolling in which a participant uses Zoom's screen sharing feature to interrupt and disrupt meetings and classes. This article helps with some information to assist with preventing zoom bombing.
The Zoom web conferencing system allows students, faculty, and other guests to meet synchronously over the internet. Everyone at the University of Maine System has a Pro Zoom license. This article will assist students with getting started with using Zoom.
The Meeting and Webinar platforms offer similar features and functionality but have some key differences. This article documents the major differences between Zoom meetings, large meetings and webinars.
Zoom has its own Learning Center for its applications.
Pointer to article on updating the zoom client on the official zoom site.
A brief overview of account creation and logging into Zoom using a mobile app for the UMS Student, Staff, and Faculty communities.
These instructions are for updating Zoom on a University-owned computer.