Zoom unifies cloud video conferencing and simple online meetings into one easy-to-use platform. Our solution offers the best video, audio, and wireless screen-sharing experience across multiple platforms. The Zoom for Chrome Zoom Web App allows you to use some of the same features available on the desktop client or mobile app within the Chrome web browser.
Note: The Zoom Web App is separate from the ChromeOS app and is intended to replace it, as support for ChromeOS apps are being phased out across all operating systems by until at least January 2025. We strongly recommend admins begin migrating users from the ChromeOS app to the new Zoom for Chrome Zoom Web App to ensure a smooth transition.
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Note: Admins can instead deploy the Zoom Web App through the Google Admin console, rather than allowing their users access to the Google Play store. Refer to the admin configuration guide for more information.
After installing and launching the Zoom for Chrome Zoom Web App, click Join Meeting to join a meeting without signing in. If you want to sign in and start or schedule your own meeting, click Sign In.
After signing in, you will see the Home tab, where you will see these options centered around meetings:
If you have a Zoom Contact Center license, use this tab to access contact center features like voice, video, messaging, inbox, address book, and analytics.
Note: The Zoom Contact Center Zoom Web App supports all major features such as voice, video, messaging, inbox, analytics, engagement details, disposition, and consumer profile. You can use the Zoom Contact Center Zoom Web App on all supported web browsers.
If you have a Zoom Phone license, this tab allows users to make phone calls with Zoom Phone, as well as view their call and voicemail history, access shared lines, and send SMS messages.
Note: If you do not have Zoom Phone set up on your account, this tab will not be visible.
This tab lists your upcoming meetings and webinars. Clicking on an upcoming meeting provides more information and options, such as starting the selected meeting.
Select the Contacts tab to view and manage your contacts. A directory of all your contacts and user groups are displayed, and, if your organization has Zoom Rooms, you will also see a list of Zoom Rooms.
Click on a contact to see more profile information, as well as the option to meet with a video meeting.
This tab provides users a set of easy-to-use tools to collaborate together to capture ideas, processes, and concepts.
Once you have started or joined a meeting, you can access the meeting controls located at the bottom of the meeting window (move your mouse in the Zoom window to display meeting controls).
From any tab of the Zoom Web App, click your profile picture, then click Settings.
Alternatively, while in a meeting or webinar, you can click More in the meeting controls then click Settings.
There you can adjust audio, video, chat, and virtual background settings, further customizing your meeting experience to suit your devices and needs.
Learn more about settings available in the Zoom Web App.