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A nuisance disruption can pose a risk to any meeting or class held via Zoom. Below are tips to help prevent and deal with this type of disruption.

Note: The latest version of Zoom includes a new Security button that can be accessed anytime during your Zoom meeting or class. While all the features in the Security button are available elsewhere, the new button makes it much easier to find and secure Zoom during a meeting or class.

For more information see, About the Security Button in Zoom.


If there is a greater risk of, or history of disruption, consider the following additional options:

Dealing with a disruptive participant


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