- Audio Options
- Faculty and Staff Zoom Support by School/Division
- New Setting: Password Required for Meetings
- Premium Audio Settings
- Securing your Zoom Meetings
- Transitioning from Adobe Connect
- Zoom for Students
- Zoom FAQ for Faculty and Staff
- Zoom Desktop Client Setup
- Zoom Plugin for Microsoft Outlook
- Zoom Web Client
- Zoom Mobile Application
- Desktop Client Calendar Integration
Transitioning from Adobe Connect
The recorded meeting will be saved in the folder for your meeting room. To access the recording:
|1.||Log in to Adobe Connect at https://connect.johnshopkins.edu.
Once there, click on the blue sign in button to log in.
|2.||From the homepage, select Meetings from the top menu bar.|
|3.||A list of all your meeting rooms will appear.
Click on the meeting room where you recorded the meeting.
|4.||This page displays details for the meeting room. To view the recordings for the room, select Recordings.|
|5.||Next to the recording you want to download, select Make Offline from the Actions drop down.|
|6.||This will open the recording in the Adobe Connect desktop application. Click Next to continue.|
|7.||Adjust settings as desired, then click Proceed with Offline Recording.
Note: during the download process, the recording is played through in its entirety.
Welcome to “Where is it in Zoom?”, a resource for faculty and staff making the transition from Adobe Connect to Zoom Meeting. As you get started with Zoom, there will be times when you can’t find a specific tool or feature because it has a different name or location than in Adobe Connect. This gives you a list of some commonly used high-level features, how they compare between the two products (how to access these features), and links to available documentation.
|Task/Feature||In Adobe Connect||In Zoom||Zoom Resources|
|Joining a Meeting|
|Joining a Meeting via Computer||Click the meeting link or copy/paste the link to join from a web browser.
Install the Adobe Connect Add-in for screen sharing.
|Click the meeting link or copy/paste the link to join from a web browser.
Install the Zoom application to join from the Zoom client on the desktop.
|How do I join a meeting?|
|Joining a Meeting via Mobile Device||Use the Connect app.||Use the Zoom mobile app.||Getting Started with iOS, Android & BlackBerry|
|Joining a Meeting via Videoconferencing Room||Adobe Connect will not connect directly to videoconferencing equipment.||Dial the IP address (found in the meeting invitation or on your Cloud Room Connector page) from the H.323 or SIP device to reach the splash screen.||Connect to Zoom via Videoconferencing Room|
|Scheduling Meetings & Inviting Participants|
|Creating & Scheduling a New Meeting||Schedule a meeting on the Adobe Connect website.||Schedule a one-time or recurring meeting on the Zoom website, through the desktop client, or in the mobile app.||Get started with Zoom|
|Inviting Participants||Send email with a link to the meeting room, or invite participants through Adobe Connect.||Send email or IM with a link to the meeting room, or invite participants from a live Zoom meeting.||How do I invite others to join a meeting?|
|Adding a Telephone Connection||Create a universal voice audio profile, apply the audio profile to your Adobe Connect meeting, and start universal voice in your Connect meeting.||Call into a Zoom meeting using the dial-in information in the meeting invitation.||How do I join a meeting?|
|Hosting a Meeting or Webinar|
|Setting Up Audio & Video||Use the Audio Setup Wizard.||Use the meeting controls in the rollover menu at the bottom of the Zoom window.||How do I test my video?|
|Sharing a Document or File in a Meeting||Use the File Pod.||Use in-meeting file transfer.||In-Meeting File Transfer|
|Breaking Up Participants into Groups||Use breakout rooms from the Attendees Pod to split meeting participants into separate sessions.||Use breakout rooms to split meeting participants into separate sessions.||Getting Started with Video Breakout Rooms|
|Polling||Use the Poll Pod to create questions or polls for participants and to view the results.||Activate polling in your meeting settings. You can create polls in advance or during a live meeting.||Polling for Meetings|
|Sharing a Presentation or Desktop||Upload a presentation or share a specific window or your desktop.||Share a presentation, a specific window, or your desktop.||How do I share my screen?|
|Managing Attendees||Use the Attendees Pod.||Manage up to 300 attendees in a meeting from the rollover menu at the bottom of the Zoom window.||What Are the Host Controls?|
|Recording & Storing Meetings||Record a meeting to the Adobe Connect server.||Record a meeting to your desktop or cloud, and then upload it.||Create and store recordings of Zoom meetings|
|Whiteboard||Share a whiteboard from a Share Pod.||Share a whiteboard from the “Share Screen”.||How Do I Use Whiteboard?|
|Annotation||Collaboratively annotate during screen sharing with permission from the meeting host.||Collaboratively annotate during screen sharing, the meeting host can disable this feature.||How do I share my screen?|
|Chat||Use the Chat pod to communicate with other attendees while a meeting is in progress.||Use the Chat feature to communicate with other attendees while a meeting is in progress.||In-Meeting Chat|
|Posting & Taking Notes||Use the Notes pod to share notes with participants.||Use a shared drive for designated participants to view, comment, or edit.||Store, share & collaborate on documents|
|Sharing a Link||Post a link in the Web Links pod.||Post a link in the Zoom in-meeting chat.||In-Meeting Chat|
|Setting Up Room Layouts||Set up room layout templates for different activities or meeting types.||Set up your desktop layout and share your desktop; you can position Zoom windows as necessary on the desktop using a meeting setting.||Use Screen Layouts with Zoom|