Avoma has a strong integration with Zoom that allows you multiple options when recording your Zoom calls. Below are some key takeaways regarding Avoma’s integration with Zoom.
Avoma is a meeting workflow management and AI assistant for your Zoom meetings. With Avoma’s integration with Zoom, you can have the most efficient and delightful meeting experience ever.
Types of Avoma Integrations with Zoom
Avoma integrates with Zoom in 2 different ways:
Avoma Assistant vs. Zoom Cloud Recording
Within your Avoma Conferencing Settings, you will have the option to either record your calls via Zoom Cloud Recording, or by utilizing the Avoma Assistant (bot).
1. Avoma Assistant (bot) option: With this option, Avoma will request to join your Zoom meeting as a participant of your meeting.
As of May 19, 2022, you will need to enable the “allow to join via browser” setting within Zoom for the bot to join.
2. Zoom Cloud Recording (RECOMMENDED): With this option, Zoom will instead record your meetings directly and send that recording to Avoma to transcribe; this means the Avoma Assistant does not need to join the call as a participant. This option is available for anyone with a paid Zoom license. To connect, you can simply choose the “Zoom Cloud Recording” option, and click “Connect to Zoom''. A pop-up will then appear that will allow you to log into your Zoom account. Once completed, you will have confirmation that your Zoom Cloud Recording is successfully configured.
Avoma App for Zoom
If connected to Zoom Cloud Recording, you will have the ability to add the Avoma app to your Zoom account, which will allow you to utilize Avoma’s notes editor for your meetings without needing to open a separate web browser. You can install the Avoma App in your Conferencing Settings by clicking on the “Install Avoma Zoom App” button.