We’re reaching out with an important update regarding the Google Chrome scheduler for Zoom Meetings. Beginning Monday, November 16, 2020, Zoom will no longer be the automatic default option for scheduling video meetings in Google Calendar.
To make Zoom your default video conferencing provider in Google Calendar, access your GSuite apps from the Google Admin console dashboard and uncheck “Make Google the default video conferencing provider when available.” Then, install Zoom for all users in the Google Marketplace and check “Automatically add video calls to events users create” in the Video Conferencing Share settings.
Note that no action is required for customers who do not have Google Meet enabled for video conferencing. If you and your users utilize both Zoom and Google Meet for video conferencing, you should still disable Google Meet as your default video conferencing provider, as you and your users will be able to select which meetings you’d like to hold over Google Meet and which you’d like to hold over Zoom.
For more information regarding this change, please read our support article here.