Zoom is a useful tool for workers and students to communicate, work or study remotely. Starting a meeting session in this app is indeed uncomplicated. Thus, it is also easy to schedule a Zoom meeting on your iPhone in advance; which is relevant in organizing your work or activity calendar.
If you have already downloaded and installed this app on your iPhone device, but don’t know yet on how to schedule a personal or group meeting, we will walk you through on how it should be done. Scroll down and read the instructions carefully.
Before you get started, you need to enable your phone’s mobile or cellular data since this app won’t work without an internet connection. If your device is on a limited data plan, we suggest you to connect to a WiFi network. If you are set, continue reading.
How to Schedule a Zoom Meeting on iPhone
Time Needed : 02 minutes
Illustrated below are the quick and easy steps to schedule a Zoom meeting on your iPhone device.
- Launch the Zoom app on your iPhone device.
Swipe left or right on your Home screen to find the app.
- Tap the Schedule option.
This can be found on the Meet & Chat home page.
- Enter the meeting name, date and time, and the duration. Then tap Done.
The Done button is located at the upper-right hand corner of the screen.
Note that the Zoom basic plan only has a 40-minute meeting time limit with 3 or more participants. If you need more time for your meeting session, then you need to upgrade to their premium plans. They also offer optional add-on plans which you can add on top of your chosen premium plan.
For the Zoom basic plan, you can have unlimited one-on-one meetings, host up to 100 participants, a 40-minute limit on group meetings, unlimited numbers of meetings, plus a Ticket Support. All these are for free and there is no trial period. To know more about the premium plans they offer and the pricing, you can contact them directly.
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