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Account/Sub Account’s setting has been updated


Account settings can be updated either by an account owner or user with admin privileges. The account settings can be updated manually from the Zoom Web Portal. Alternatively, the account owner or the user with admin permissions can update the settings using the Update Settings API.

The Account/Sub Account’s setting has been updated event is triggered every time an account or a Sub Account’s settings are updated. The account must belong either to you or a user of your webhook-enabled app. To receive notifications for this event, you must meet the following prerequisites.

Prerequisites

  • A Pro or higher plan.
  • Event Subscriptions must be enabled for your Marketplace app with the following configurations:
    • A valid Event Notification Endpoint URL
    • The “Account/Sub Account’s setting has been updated” subscription enabled under the Account event.

The tabs below display the complete schema, payload with data types, and an example of the account.settings_updated event notification:

account.settings_updated event notification
account.settings_updated
Schema
object
event
string

The name of the event.

event_ts
integer

A timestamp, in milliseconds since epoch, at which the event occurred.

1 validation
payload
object