Accounts are capable of supporting up to 500 & 1000 participants per meeting with default settings for security and anonymity. Groups continue to run their own meetings, at their regular dates and times, with their usual group format. We will simply provide the technology!
We will not be involved in your group’s meeting(s) in any way, other than to provide the technology, supported by our own contributions. Your meetings will continue as usual–we’ll just provide the Zoom Access for you and your group members to continue your meetings at their regular dates and times. We also will have our settings set to default to the proper privacy options; meaning your anonymity is protected.
Simply fill out this form. It is suggested to use a group email address instead of a personal email address.
If your group has already launched a free, (or paid) Zoom account, you can switch to our account which is supported by all of our contributions. Simply submit the email of your current group’s account and we’ll send you an invitation to make the switch. You’ll be offered a prorated refund on previous Licensed accounts to your original method of payment or you may refund to NYIG to help defray the cost of providing this service. The switch is seamless with zero downtime but can take up to 24 hours for the transition and additional capacity to start.
– Zoom enacted a new policy on 4/5 requiring Basic and Pro accounts to use passwords for all meetings.
– NYIG Enterprise account is exempt and we still DO NOT require passwords, they are optional.
– Many groups listed on our website have added passwords to minimize the chances of meeting disruptions.
– We have begun the process of collecting group email addresses to be listed for newcomers and visitors to contact for access request.
– This process will take time and cooperation from our individual groups, please bear with us. We appreciate the urgency!
It’s currently suggested to share the account credentials between chairpeople. Once logged in, the chair, the Host, may designate other users as Co-hosts to assist in running the meeting. They will have the same controls as the Host so they may help shoulder the responsibilities of running the meeting.
Any Zoom account that is upgraded to the NYIG account will keep its Meeting ID(s) as long as you submit the same email address.
It is not possible to transfer Meeting IDs from one Enterprise account to another.
Zoom uses an application that automatically downloads on your computer and is available free in the App Store for iOS Google Play Store. All groups’ Meeting IDs are listed on the Remote Meeting page. Simply click on the Zoom link, or dial in by telephone, for the meeting you’d like to join.
Just click here and fill out this form. If you are looking to upgrade an existing account, be sure to use the same email address when signing up. We’ll send an invitation to create an account or switch your account to our License.
Spread the word! It is suggested to use the Personal Meeting ID listed on the Profile Page of your group’s account for all meetings. Add your groups PMI and Link to the Remote Meeting Listings. Each group’s listing can include 7th tradition details, format, photo of the usual location, and any other information. It’s listed immediately once posted.
Contact our Help Desk so and we will make a manual correction.
You do not! It’s suggested to simply sign in before each meeting and at the end of the meeting “End Meeting for All Users.”
No! Many groups keep their meeting open for fellowship after the meeting.
Contact our Help Desk if you have an issue that you still can’t resolve.