Zoom Events leads the way in hosting virtual events. As more events are held virtually with higher numbers of attendance, Zoom Events Profiles connect users so they can build their network while attending virtual events.
While attending events, you can other like-minded people who attend the same industry events, experience the same expositions, and learn at the same lectures as you. Zoom Events Profiles let you see—and to be seen—at a quick glance so that you can socialize and network with others more easily in the events you are attending with your peers, enabling you to expand your professional and personal contacts to a global scale.
You can also show and express your support for someone's profile by "applauding" and "liking" certain parts of their profile, such as their interests and educational background; the number of applauds and likes received will be indicated. You can only give a maximum of 10 “applause” per person, and something fun happens if you give the full 10 applauds to a person.
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Zoom takes Trust and Safety seriously. Our Acceptable Use Guidelines—as well as our article on Zoom Events networking and profile terms—provide a transparent view of how your Zoom Events profile is used and the controls you have to manage how your profile is presented to the public.
Your information—as listed on your Zoom Events Profile—is displayed to others using these terms:
No, but completing your profile makes it easier for you to network with others as you’re attending events.
If you do not have a Zoom Events account, you can create a basic profile after you join an event as a guest user. Basic profiles allow for an avatar, the guest user's first and last name, their company name and their role, and an email address to be added. In addition, attendees using a basic profile can set their profile mode.
The limitations of basic profiles include the following:
Sign in to Zoom Events at any time to create your profile.
When you view your own profile, it will act like a dashboard to provide you with information and quick access to the following:
Users who are signed into Zoom Events will be able to see your basic profile information. However, only your Zoom Events connections will be able to see your contact information—identified by an eye-off icon —when you are completing your profile.
Additionally, the attendee's Zoom Events networking profile is owned by the attendee and is not directly shared with the host.
You can change your mode to Hide Me at any time during an event.
No, your Zoom Events profile is only used for networking in Zoom Events.
No, and other users cannot see if you have viewed their profile.