Personal Audio Conference (PAC) meeting IDs are static, predetermined 10 or 11-digit meeting IDs that can be shared with participants at any time. You can also configure PAC settings like adding dial-in numbers or passcodes.
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You can schedule a PAC if you want it to appear on your upcoming meetings in the Zoom desktop client, mobile app, and web portal.
You can copy the auto-generated invitation for conference participants and send it to them by email, add it to a calendar invite, or share elsewhere. If you have set a listen-only password, you will also have the option to copy the invitation for listen-only participants.
Note: If the option to only allow authenticated users to join meetings is disabled, external users or users not signed in can click the invite link to join the conference by dialing in or using call me.
You can either start a PAC meeting from a phone or the Zoom web portal. The PAC meeting will not start until the host has joined and entered the Host Key.
If you have entered the host key to start the meeting, you will have host controls available to you by entering DTMF tones on your dial pad. The following commands are available:
DTMF command: **
When the host presses **, only the host will hear the audio prompt. They will reach the feature menu which will give the following response:
When the participant presses **, only the participant will hear the audio prompt. They will reach the feature menu which will give the following response
DTMF command: *7
When the host selects *7, the host will hear the following
If the host selects *7, all participants will hear the following
DTMF command: *5
When the host selects *5, the host will hear the following
DTMF command: *#
When the host selects *#, they will notified there are x number of participants in the meeting
DTMF command: 99
When the host selects 99, they will be notified that all participants are muted/unmuted.