Also helpful is Zoom's [https://riverdale.zoom.us/rec/play/vJR5d-j5q283HNGcsgSDV_5wW9Tpe_qs0CVM_PIEmknkVnAAYVGlZuMaZ7NAORKJB_fFeWJ9L4d5ilrn?continueMode=true 44:00 Webinar on using Zoom in Education]
=== Zoom April 8 In-Meeting Security Controls ===
These controls include:
* '''Lock Meeting''': Locks the meeting, keeping new participants from joining the meeting.* '''Enable Waiting Room''': Enables Waiting Room for incoming new participants or to move current participants into the Waiting Room.* Allow (or dis-allow!) participants to:** '''Share Screen''': Allows participants to start Screen Shares ** '''Chat''': Allows participants to use the chat function.** '''Rename Themselves''': Allows participants to rename themselves from the Participants panel.
We made a [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TOysO_cfasuzZy0cARrBag7luWPygUzq/view?usp=sharing short video] to explain these controls if you learn better by listening and seeing.
It’s always smart to lock your front door, even when you’re inside the house. When you lock a Zoom Meeting that’s already started, no new participants can join, even if they have the meeting ID and password (if you have required one).
*In the meeting,
click Manage Participants at the bottom of your Zoom window.*In the Participants pop-up, click the button that says " More" .
[[File:More Lock Meeting.png|thumbnail|450 px|alt=|none]]
*Click "Lock Meeting " .
[[File:Lock Meeting.png|thumbnail|450 px|alt=|none]]
Waiting Rooms= ==== The Waiting Room is a helpful feature for hosts to control who comes and goes. If you have Waiting rooms enabled on a meeting, you can go [https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115000332726-Waiting-Room#h_f493a86f-7d08-4e3b-9d6d-9b236fe9cdcd here] to see Zoom's documentation on using them. You can also choose not to allow participants to rename themselves. <br />
=====Familiarize yourself with your Zoom settings=====