In July, Zoom officially unveiled its newest tool for assisting with virtual communication, Zoom Events. As the name suggests, this is a tool that lends towards the virtual functionality Zoom has become synonymous with, but is now specifically catered towards organizing events.
That could mean a virtual concert, long-distance weekly art classes, or corporate events for work.
Zoom Events lets you monitor who has registered for your event, set up free or paid tickets, and all sorts of other features to make it a convenient hub space. And naturally, you want it to be secure for you and your attendees as well.
On Zoom’s official blog, Paul Sprague gives a rundown of all the useful ways Zoom Events allows you to keep your information safe. Some of the default options include only allowing registered users who are signed in to get tickets and attend your event.
This ensures accuracy when recording who has attended and also prevents unwelcome participants from gaining access.
Zoom Events also has a variety of security features you can toggle to customize to your preferences. For instance, you can make it so anyone with the event link can view it or limit it to approved users.
You can also choose whether the event attendees are able to interact with each other in a virtual lobby or prohibit that feature. No two events you make are alike, so it’s good to have options.
Regardless of your event, you want it to end with you and your attendees not having to worry about who was actually accessing it and the information shared. That’s why you should be putting your trust in a name that has proven its reliability throughout the pandemic and look into Zoom Events.
If you want to learn more about how Zoom Events protects you, be sure to check out the blog from Zoom by clicking here.
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