A new Zoom Confluence integration makes it incredibly easy to publish recordings with your larger team.
With Zoom Recording Embed for Confluence you can:
What can we say about Zoom? A new player in the webinar technology in 2012, eight years later it has become a synonym of remote work. If you haven’t been using it, you probably haven’t been in front of a computer in the last couple of years.
We won’t discover the app for anyone at this point. However, if you want to pitch it against other alternatives it can be interesting to have a couple of arguments at hand.
Compared to competitors like Google Hangouts, Webex, and GoToMeeting or GoToWebinar, Zoom stands out because of the incredible sound and video quality. So much so, that many professionals have gotten used to going into meetings without headphones. With some other vendors that was mission impossible.
A small company can easily get by with the limitation to 40 minutes for meetings with more than 2 attendees. There are several ways to work around this limitation of the free plan:
Zoom’s meetings can be scheduled or created on the fly. Our favorite feature at resolution is the integration with Slack, that allows to jump on a meeting with a colleague by just clicking a couple of buttons.
All paid accounts can record Zoom videos. After you’re done, the recording is stored in your account and you will have 120 days to download it before it is automatically deleted.
Unfortunately, Zoom does not support embedding its videos into websites as you would do with Vimeo or YouTube. That’s where Embed Zoom Recordings for Confluence comes in.
Some may think that it’s enough that they recorded the meeting. Far from it. Recordings of key meetings need distribution. That’s when this integration comes into play. Let’s see what are the main benefits of Zoom for Confluence – Meeting Recordings:
How many people are dead tired of sitting in endless calls every day? Publishing Zoom meetings in Confluence is a great medicine to cut down the number of hours we spend staring at virtual faces. At the same time, the recordings will still be distributed and available to stakeholders anytime.
Embedding your recordings in a website is something you can’t do out of the box with Zoom. No matter whether you try WordPress, Confluence, or any other website or intranet platform.
You are required to use an additional plugin to embed the recording and display it for additional users online.
By connecting your account, you can select which video you want to embed directly from the Confluence UI. Simply:
Just as you would with a long YouTube video, you can easily split the recording in different chapters with markers. It’s really easy:
The first episode will be the starting point, the cover of the recording. Choose it carefully!
If your recording is protected with a password, you can still embed it without asking users for the password every time.
Simply authorize Zoom Recording Embed for Confluence to download the recording files into your Confluence cloud instance.
To start publishing, simply:
On-screen recording for Confluence Cloud? Watchers and likes metrics for the videos? Video cropping? We’d like to know how you’d want to grow the product. Let us know your thoughts!
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