Protecting Your Meetings
What is Zoombombing?
Zoombombing is a form of trolling in which a participant uses the screen-sharing feature in a video meeting to interrupt and disrupt meetings and classes.
Additional pointers to help you prevent Zoombombing are included in the Zoom Settings and Teacher Checklist documents from the buttons above. Additional information specifically about using the Zoom waiting room can be found on the Zoom Waiting Room Page.
Please visit this page from Zoom for even more information about using Zoom for teaching and learning.
To report any issues of Zoombombing, please contact your site admin. The more detailed documentation you can provide, the better.
Protective Zoom Settings
When scheduling a Zoom meeting, the following meeting options are recommended:
Do not publish meeting links and/or passwords on public sites
Require a meeting password
Enable waiting room
Mute participants upon entry
Record the meeting automatically