Zoom Contact Center admins need to have associated domains in order to implement the video and chat flow entry points on a website. After having verifying domains, you can add sub-domains to Zoom Contact Center and implement entry points.
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Verified associated domains will automatically be available for use in Zoom Contact Center. Learn more about adding and verifying associated domains.
After you've added verified domains, you can add sub-domains so you're allowed to use them with Zoom Contact Center.
Note: You can only add sub-domains that belong to your verified associated domains. For example, if zoom.us is verified, you can add contact.zoom.us to Zoom Contact Center.
Note: If you previously contacted Zoom to approve domains for Zoom Contact Center, these will appear as the last entry in the Verified Subdomains section. Click Manage to see a list of all your previously-approved domains.