Q. Can I add Chorus to a live call even if my Zoom meeting has a password?
As Zoom passwords become more prevalent, you might be wondering about how this affects your other Chorus workflows, such as manually adding Chorus to a live call by going to https://chorus.ai/record and inputting your meeting link.
Q: Can I add Chorus to a live call even if my Zoom meeting has a password?
A: Yes, the Chorus feature to manually add a live call does indeed support Zoom meetings with passwords. There are two ways you can input your Zoom meeting information on https://chorus.ai/record:
Option 1: Zoom link + Password broken apart
If your password isn’t baked into the URL itself, you can let Chorus know what the password is by putting a space between the Zoom link and the password. For the password portion, be sure to write “Password=” and include your password without any spaces in your password. For example, "Password=1234" is correct, while "Password= 1234" is not.
For example, a Zoom link of https://eg.zoom.us/j/123456789 and password of 1234 would be inputted as: https://eg.zoom.us/j/123456789 Password=1234
Option 2: Zoom Link + Password in one single link
If your Zoom links have the password baked in, you can input that link as-is.