Using End-to-End Encryption (E2EE) during a Zoom Phone call
If your account owner or admin enabled End-to-End Encryption (E2EE) for your account, this feature will help add an extra layer of privacy to your phone calls occurring over Zoom. You will be able to quickly switch your calls to be encrypted when necessary, and if your calls are automatically recorded, you will see an option to stop the recording to make the switch if you are allowed to stop your recording.
- E2EE is not supported when calling a phone number other than a Zoom Phone number
- E2EE is not supported on Zoom certified deskphones except Zoom Phone Appliances
- Calling from a Zoom Room, or the Web Client is not supported
- The following features will be disabled when using E2EE:
Prerequisites for using End-to-End Encryption during a Zoom Phone call
How to use End-to-End Encryption during a Zoom Phone call
- Sign in to the Zoom desktop or mobile client.
- While in call, click the More button.
- Click the End-to-End Encryption icon.
Your call will switch to encryption, otherwise you will see an error message stating the call cannot be encrypted.
- If your call is being recorded, and you are allowed to stop the recording, a dialog box will appear to stop the recording.
- Click Stop Recording to switch your call to encryption, then click Stop Recording This Time or Always Stop Recording.