Zoom Security - Using and Changing your Personal Meeting ID (PMI)

Posted on:  02/23/2021
Zoom Security - Using and Changing your Personal Meeting ID (PMI)

Your Personal Meeting Room is a virtual meeting room permanently reserved for you to access with your Personal Meeting ID (PMI). With your PMI, you can start instant meetings or schedule a meeting that uses your PMI. I find myself starting instant meetings with co-workers using the PMI. Your Personal Meeting ID doesn't change and stays static.

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Access your Zoom Personal Room

To get into your personal room - licensed or basic account - do the following steps:

  1. Sign in to your Zoom account on Zoom.US
  2. Click Meetings
  3. Click Personal Room

Note: Since I'm in a licenses account, other Zoom features are available to me. Below the Personal Room are the features for Poll and Live Streaming. Polling and Live Streaming are available with a Licensed account.

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Editing your Personal Meeting ID

Your personal meeting room is associated with your Personal Meeting ID. To change your PMI, you must be on a licensed account. Free or Basic accounts can't change their PMI.

  1. Sign in to your Zoom account on Zoom.US
  2. Click Meetings
  3. Click Personal Room
  4. Click Edit
  5. Select Change next to your PMI

 

Features not available with a Free or Basic Zoom account

With a Basic Zoom account

  1. You can't change your Personal Meeting ID (PMI)
  2. You can't disable a passcode for the meeting. You can change the passcode, you can't turn it off.

 

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