|title||Allow Teaching Team members to edit your meetings|
The instructions below are applicable to teaching teams who might need to edit meetings they didn't originally create. For example, an instructor might have created tutorial sessions, however, a TA might need to change a session due to a scheduling conflict and the instructor isn't available.
- Login to Zoom with your Queen's NetID and password.
- Visit the Settings, scroll to the bottom of the page, and choose Edit to the right of Assign scheduling privilege to
- Choose Add and type in the name of the person who should have access to your meetings. Repeat for any additional users
- Once the users have been added, choose Save to confirm the changes
Once they have been added, your teaching team members should now have the ability to edit meetings that have been added to your course.
Please note: allowing others to schedule meetings on your behalf will provide them with access to all of your meetings. Any meeting you schedule can be edited and joined by anyone who has been given this permission in your Zoom account. If there will be any meetings you do not wish these users to have access to it is recommended that they not be given scheduling privileges. If an existing meeting needs to be edited, a member of your teaching team can simply create a new meeting.
The polling feature in Zoom allows you to create single choice or multiple-choice polling questions for your meetings. You will be able to launch the poll during your meeting and gather the responses from your attendees. You also can access a report of your polling results after the meeting. Polls can also be conducted anonymously.
If you have poll questions for you upcoming meeting you can include them on your meeting request form, or after the fact you can email your poll questions to email@example.com and the questions will be pre-loaded into your meeting and ready for you when you launch your meeting.
To use Polls in your Zoom meetings, follow these steps to set-up your polls.
- Visit zoom.us and schedule a meeting, or select an upcoming meeting from your list.
- From your meeting page, scroll to the bottom to find the Poll option. Click Add to begin creating a poll.
- From the pop-up menu, enter the title and your first question. You have two additional options:
- Enable anonymous responses: check the Anonymous? box to make the poll anonymous will keep the student’s polling responses anonymous in the meeting and the reports.
- Single or Multiple Choice: select whether you want the question to be single choice (students can only choose one answer) or multiple choice(students can choose multiple answers).
- Type in the answers to your question and click the Save button at the bottom of the poll creation pop-up menu.
- If you need to add another question, repeat steps 2-4 above.
NOTE: You can create a maximum of 25 polls for a single meeting.
- Start the scheduled Zoom meeting.
- Select the Polling option from the menu bar.
- Select the poll that you would like to launch.
- Click the Launch Poll button.
- The participants in the meeting will now be prompted to answer the polling questions. You will be able to see the results live.
- Once you would like to stop the poll, click End Poll.
- If you would like to share the results to the participants in the meeting, click Share Results.
|title||Accessing Poll Results|
If ASO set up your Zoom booking, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to request polling results.
If the meeting was set-up using your personal Zoom account, please follow these steps:
- Sign in to your Zoom.us account.
- Select Reports. If you are an account owner, admin, or a role with the Usage Report permission, you will need to select Account Management, then Reports.
- In the Usage Reports tab, click Meeting. A list of upcoming and previous meetings will be generated. You can search by time range or by meeting ID.
- Next to Report Type, select Registration Report or Poll Report.
- In the drop-down menu below Report Type, select one of these options:
- Search by time range: Select a time range then click Search.
- OR Search by meeting ID: Enter the meeting ID and click Search.
- Click Generate in the last column. You can also use the check boxes to select multiple meeting then click Generate at the top.
|title||Breakout Rooms in Zoom|
Breakout rooms allow you to split your Zoom meeting in up to 50 separate sessions. The meeting host or co-host can choose to split the participants of the meeting into these separate sessions automatically or manually. The host or co-host can switch between sessions at any time.
|title||Creating Breakout Rooms|
- Start an instant or scheduled meeting.
- Click Breakout Rooms from the bottom menu.
- Select the number of rooms you would like to create, and how you would like to assign your participants to those rooms:
- Automatically: Let Zoom split your participants up evenly into each of the rooms.
- Manually: Choose which participants you would like in each room.
- Let participants choose room: on their own.
- Click Create Breakout Rooms.
- Your rooms will be created, but will not start automatically. You can manage the rooms prior to starting them by following the instructions below.
|title||Options For Breakout Rooms|
- After creating the breakout rooms, click Options (on Windows) or the gear icon (on macOS) to view additional breakout rooms options.
- Check any options that you would like to use for your breakout rooms.
- Allow participants to choose room: Participants can select and enter rooms on their own once rooms are launched.
- Allow participants to return to the main session at any time: If this option is checked, the participants can move back to the main session from their meeting controls. If this is disabled, they need to wait for the host or co-host to end the breakout rooms.
- Automatically move all assigned participants into breakout rooms: Checking this option will move all participants into the breakout rooms automatically. If this option is unchecked, the participants will need to click Join to be added to the breakout room.
- Auto close breakout rooms after () minutes: If this option is checked, the breakout rooms will automatically end after the configured time.
- Notify me when the time is up: If this option is checked, the host and co-hosts will be notified when the breakout room time is up.
- Set Countdown timer: If this option is checked, the participants will be given a countdown of how much time they have left before being returned to the main room.
- Follow the steps below to assign participants to rooms or click Open All Rooms to start the breakout rooms.
|title||Assigning Participants to Rooms|
After manually or automatically assigning participants to rooms, you can rearrange the participants. Participants who are not assigned to breakout sessions will remain in the main meeting when the rooms are started. Hover over the participant or room for these options:
- Move to (participant): Select a room to move the participant to.
- Exchange (participant): Select a participant in another room to swap the selected participant with.
- Delete Room: Delete the selected room.
- Recreate all Rooms: Deletes existing breakout rooms and allows the host/co-host to create new ones.
- Add a Room: Add another breakout room.
- Open All Rooms: Start the rooms. All assigned participants will be moved to their respective rooms after confirming the prompt to join the breakout room. If allowing participants to choose their own room, they can open the list of rooms and choose which to join. The host, or co-host that launched the breakouts and the original host, will be left in the main meeting until manually joining one of the rooms. The participants (and the host/co-host when manually joining a room) will see the following message shown when joining the breakout room.
Using Breakout Rooms
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Giving Students Recording Permission
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