Once you've set up a Zoom account, you'll be able to access Zoom from any computer or device with an internet connection. This video explains the steps for logging into and accessing your account.
- [Instructor] As a member or employee of an organization that uses Zoom, your organization's administrator will create an account for you. Let's start by taking a look at how to access your account. There are a few ways you might sign into Zoom. If you've already received your username and password from your administrator, you can come here to zoom.us, click the Sign In button, and then enter your info. Keep in mind that your username might be your e-mail address. And now I'm signed into my account. Now, alternately, you might have received an e-mail that looks something like this. And this lets you know that an account has been set up for you, and you'll be able to click the button or link here to go to the Zoom website and activate your account. Now, a third way you might sign in is through your company's single sign-on service. A single sign-on is one webpage that you sign into, usually managed by your school or employer. Once you sign in, you have secure links to several services, including things like your payroll utilities, insurance benefits, or communication tools like Zoom. So, depending on your organization, you might need to sign into your company's single sign-on page, then click the link for Zoom, and you'll be on your account page, ready to go. But whether you use single sign-on or you go to zoom.us or you click the link in the e-mail you received, you'll be taken to the Zoom website, and this is where you'll manage your meetings. However, to participate in Zoom Meetings, you'll need to install the Zoom desktop app, and we'll take a look at that next.
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