Introduction
Using Zoom APIs
Pagination
Error Definitions
Rate Limits
Testing Zoom APIs with Postman
Accounts
Archiving
Billing
Chat Channels
Chat Channels (Account-level)
Chat Messages
Contacts
Cloud Recording
Dashboards
Devices
Groups
IM Chat
IM Groups
Meetings
PAC
Reports
Roles
SIP Connected Audio
SIP Phone
Tracking Field
TSP
Users
Webinars
Zoom Rooms
Zoom Rooms Account
Zoom Rooms Location
Zoom Rooms Devices
Deprecated API Endpoints
Account
Audio Library
Auto Receptionists
Blocked List
Call Handling
Call Logs
Call Queues
Carrier Reseller
Common Area Phones
Dashboard
Devices
Directory Backup Routing Rules
Emergency Service Locations
External Contacts
IVR
Monitoring Groups
Phone Numbers
Provider Exchange
Recordings
Reports
Setting Templates
Settings
Shared Access
Shared Line Group
Site
SMS
Users
Voicemails
Zoom Rooms
Cloud Recording
Sessions
Archiving Events
Account Events
App Events
Billing Events
Chat Message Events
Chat Channel Events
Chatbot Events
Meeting Events
Phone Events
Recording Events
TSP Events
User Events
Webinar Events
Video SDK Events
Zoom Room Events
Deprecated API Endpoints

Introduction to Zoom API


The Zoom API is the primary means for developers to access a collection of resources from Zoom. Apps can read and write to the resources and mirror some of the most popular features available in Zoom Web Portal such as creating a new meeting, creating, adding and removing users, viewing reports and dashboards on various usage, and so on using the Zoom API. Depending on your app’s use case, you can choose from our various APIs and implement the features accordingly.

All APIs under the Zoom API are based on REST architecture and are accessed via HTTPS at specified URLs. The base URL for all requests is https://api.zoom.us/v2/. The complete URL varies depending on the endpoint of the resource being accessed. For instance, you can list all users on an account via a GET request to this URL: https://api.zoom.us/v2/users/.

Within our API reference pages, you can send test requests and view responses. You can also view the code for the request in various languages such as Python, Node, Java and more.

With each release, we add additional APIs and enhancements to meet the needs of our customers. For more information on recent and upcoming API updates, visit our Changelog.

Learn about various topics that will help you build apps for a wide variety of audiences on the Zoom App Marketplace from our developer guides.


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