There are two main ways that BSF Online protects its leaders and members in their Online Meetings:
- Members and leaders simply use the ‘Join Meeting’ and ‘Start Meeting’ buttons on bsfonline.org and the Zoom Meeting Link is only given out as a backup plan
- Secure Passcodes are automatically embedded in the ‘Join Meeting’ and ‘Start Meeting’ buttons on bsfonline.org
If you believe that your Zoom recurring meeting has been compromised and you need to change your Zoom Meeting information, please follow the steps below:
- Sign in to zoom.us
- Navigate to the Meetings tab on the left-hand side of the screen
- Hover over the first recurring meeting listed, which should be named something like “BSF Group Discussion Meeting for OGXXXXX” or “BSF Group Discussion Meeting for OCXXXXX”, until you see the ‘Delete’ option
- Select ‘Delete’
- Select ‘Delete All Occurrences’
- Login to bsfonline.org
- Navigate to the ‘My Group Settings’ page (OGLs), or the ‘Leaders Meeting Settings’ page (OTs)
- Select “Save Changes”, no changes are necessary
- Navigate back to zoom.us and make sure you are still signed in
- Go to the Meetings tab on the left-hand side of the screen
- Now you should see a new recurring meeting listed with a new Meeting ID (same Meeting Name and Passcode as previously)
This new recurring meeting is automatically placed “behind” the ‘Join Meeting’ and ‘Start Meeting’ buttons. ‘Join Meeting’ is for those attending a meeting and ‘Start Meeting’ is for those hosting a meeting.
If you have any further questions, please contact the Support Desk through the Need help? button on bsfonline.org.
How do I know if my Zoom recurring meeting has been compromised?
- An unknown visitor joins your meeting
- You have shared your Zoom recurring meeting link with others and are uneasy that your meeting has the possibility of being vulnerable for misuse