Zoom has a popular audio notification function that can notify you when participants join or leave the meeting. This is especially useful when you are waiting for someone, but it can be annoying when you are attending a large meeting or event and you keep hearing notifications as people come and go. The audio notification has a doorbell-like sound, making you feel like a real person is ringing the bell behind the real door. Just like the doorbell in your home, you can turn off the audio notification of the virtual Zoom meeting room in many ways.

The audio notification options on Zoom also come with some custom settings, such as choosing to play a sound for everyone or restricting it to hosts and co-hosts.When someone joins by phone, there is also an option to request to record the user’s voice for notification

How to turn on/off zoom audio notification

Users in a Zoom call can easily switch audio notifications according to their preferences. This can be done before the call starts, or even during the meeting. If you turn off audio notifications, you will not receive audio prompts every time a user leaves or enters a Zoom meeting. This feature is important for users who are waiting for someone and doing other housework at the same time. The audio call is used as an alarm when someone enters the Zoom call, which is especially useful when you are not looking at the screen. Please follow the steps below to turn off/on audio notifications on Zoom.

  1. If you log in to your Zoom account from a web browser, click Set up The options are placed in the left column.If you are using the Zoom app, click on your Profile icon > Select Set up > See more settings.

  2. In settings, click In the meeting (basic) In the left column and scroll down. Search for options named “”Sound notification when someone joins or leaves. Turn this feature on or off according to your preference.

  3. If you open it, you can choose from three options. The first one lets you play a voice for everyone, the second one only plays for the host and co-hosts, and the last one lets you record the user’s voice as a notification. This only applies to users who join by phone.

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Tasneem Akolawala is a senior reporter for Advertisement Shout. Her reporting expertise covers smartphones, wearable devices, apps, social media and the entire technology industry. She reported from Mumbai and wrote about the ups and downs of India’s telecommunications industry. Tasneem can be reached on Twitter via @MuteRiot, and clues, tips and announcements can be sent to tasneema@Advertisement Shout.com.more

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