UW-Madison Zoom - Getting started with Marketplace
Zoom Marketplace helps you find apps that can integrate with Zoom and enhance your experience using the software. Users can search for different categories of apps and install them from the marketplace website. The pre-approval to install an app is also controlled from the marketplace website by account owners and admins.
- Navigate to https://marketplace.zoom.us/.
- Click on Sign in with SSO.
- If prompted to enter your zoom domain, enter uwmadison.
- If prompted for your NetID credentials, enter them. Note: If you are signing into your service account, select the service account from the landing page instead of your NetID@wisc.edu account.
- Peruse the available applications
Install an Application
After you find the application you want to install, select it. You may be able to install it from within the Marketplace or it may redirect you to the application vendor site.
You will only be able install an application which only requires permissions to your account:
Do not request to install an application if the application requires full access to all user accounts and data in our environment, we will not be able to activate/approve it. It is a level of access that we cannot grant at an institutional level, due to security and administrative concerns and restrictions.
For an app to be available for installation in UW-Madison Zoom it cannot require access to all user accounts and data. At the bottom of each app description page, there is a description of the access level required by the application. Apps that can be used are those that only require access to the specific user’s account.
Quick tip! To determine if an app requires access to the entire UW-Madison Zoom space versus just your individual UW-Madison Zoom account, look for these terms: JSON Web Tokens, JWT or OAuth.
Learn more here: https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/guides/build/oauth-app
Here are some examples of applications which we cannot approve/activate:
- Rev Live Captions
- 3Play Media
Another option would be to look for another app in the Zoom Marketplace that would perform similar functions without requiring access to all user accounts and data. At the bottom of each app description page, there is a description of the access level required by the application. Apps that can be used are those that only require access to the specific user’s account.