Using the Group Photo App

The Group Photo app for Zoom enables you to take instant, high-quality group photos with your meeting attendees. Say goodbye to taking screenshots in multiple gallery pages.

After you take a photo, you can download it through your system browser or view all photos taken during a meeting in the app.

Prerequisites for using the Group Photo App

Limitations for the Group Photo app

How to install from the Zoom App Marketplace

As this app is developed by Zoom, this may not require admin pre-approval, depending on Marketplace admin settings. Additionally, when app is enabled, it doesn’t require additional authentication. 

To manually install the app: 

  1. Sign in to the Zoom Marketplace,
  2. Search for Group Photo.
  3. Click Add.
  4. Review the requested permissions and click Authorize.
    Once installed, the app is displayed under the Apps section of the Zoom desktop client.

How to use the Group Photo App

  1. As the meeting owner, click Apps .
  2. Open the Group Photo app.
  3. Click Create Group Photo.
    Participants will receive a request to take a photo.
  4. Click Create Group Photo to allow the app to take a snapshot of your current video.
    Note: The photo will be taken immediately after allowing the app to take the photo, so be sure you are ready before you click.
  5. The Group Photo app will prepare the collage as participants take their photos. Open the participant list to see which participants have taken a photo, which ones had their video turned off, and which ones rejected the request to take a photo.
  6. Click Create Group Photo to finalize your collage.
  7. Click Download to download the group photo through your web browser.
  8. (Optionally) Click Retake to restart the process.

You can also browse through the photos taken during the meeting on the home page of the app.

How to uninstall from the App Marketplace

  1. Log in to the App Marketplace web portal.
  2. Click Manage and then click Added Apps.
  3. Next to the Group Photo app, click Remove.

Data Security

The application uses the zoomapp:inmeeting scope to allow users to open it during Zoom meetings, as well as taking photos of the meeting participants. Please refer to the Zoom privacy statement for details on how Zoom collects, uses, and shares personal data.

See the full list of Zoom Apps SDK methods accessed by this app below: