The Remote Office Hours Queue is a virtual queueing tool that allows meeting hosts to manage queues of attendees waiting to meet with them for private one-on-one meetings in person or over Zoom video conferencing. Hosts may select which of the 2 meeting types (in person and/or Zoom) attendees can select when joining the queue. This tool is for hosts who prefer to have one-on-one meetings with attendees rather than host office hours or other meetings in a group format.
Overview  Zoom webinar licenses allow you to broadcast to an audience of up to 500 participants, up to 1000 participants, or, with a special license, up to 10,000 participants. To request any of these types of webinar licenses, you will need to complete the U-M ITS Meeting vs Webinar form.
This abbreviated guide to accessibility in Zoom can help you prepare your online classes for the next semester. The original Zoom Accessibility Checklist is provided by U-M Academic Innovation and should be referenced for further details and how-tos on each point.
Overview When scheduling a Zoom meeting within Canvas, it is also possible to add the meeting to your Google calendar. The meeting should be added from the Zoom app within the Canvas course for which you are scheduling the meeting, and not from the Zoom profile in your browser.  Note that you may be taken to your Zoom account during this process. It is necessary to navigate back to the Zoom page within the same Canvas account. 
Overview In Zoom it is possible to assign a user, or multiple users, in your account to schedule meetings on your behalf. Users who you have assigned to schedule meetings on your behalf will also be able to manage and act as an alternate host for meetings. Before assigning the scheduling privilege in Zoom, be sure that user is already a delegate on your Google Calendar. See Delegate your Calendar for more information. 
Overview Zoom offers several ways to protect your meetings. Review the following practices to help determine the best method for you. 
All active university faculty, staff, and sponsored affiliates are eligible for a Zoom account. This account enables you to schedule, host, and moderate Zoom  video conferencing meetings.
U-M Zoom accounts are created automatically the first time you log in. There is more than one way to log in to your U-M Zoom account. However, all methods use the Sign In with SSO option so that you can log in with U-M Weblogin. Log in to Zoom through the Zoom Application If you have not yet installed the Zoom application on your device, see Installing Zoom on Your Device for instructions.
This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to install and use the Zoom for Dropbox integration.
Overview With the Zoom for GSuite add-on, you can use Zoom to easily schedule, join, manage, and customize meetings from Google Mail and Google Calendar.