Zoom Confluence Plugin - embed Video Recordings & Chapters

for Confluence Cloud
50 installs
Cloud Security Participant
  • Supported
Cloud

Seamlessly embed Zoom recordings into Confluence Cloud. Works only with premium Zoom accounts

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How to embed Zoom into Confluence

1. Type /zoom in Confluence, then connect your Zoom account

2. Filter by dates and choose a recording

3. Optionally change the aspect ratio

or

Paste a recording link directly into your wiki page

Highlight Key Moments with Chapters

Organize your Zoom recording into Chapters so users can efficiently reference key moments.

Easily define, edit or remove chapters within the Zoom macro menu

Zoom recordings for all Confluence users.

Extending recordings to your team has obvious benefits but embedding them & organizing them within Confluence has never been easier.

Password protected videos can even be downloaded & attached to the wiki page!

More details

Zoom Embed for Confluence works only for premium Zoom accounts because recording functionality is only available for paid accounts.

For quick embedding, simply paste a zoom link in Confluence and optionally add chapters after.

Video recordings that are password protected can be downloaded from the Zoom macro menu and attached to the Confluence page.

Combine the recordings you’ve already created in Zoom and organize, structure and amplify them to your entire company in Confluence.

Privacy and security

Privacy policy

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Security

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Integration Details

Zoom Confluence Plugin - embed Video Recordings & Chapters integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:

  • Act on a user's behalf, even when the user is offline
  • Write data to the host application
  • Read data from the host application