Zoom: Install the Add-In for Outlook Desktop Version

  1. In a web browser, go to www.svsu.edu .
  2. Click Quicklinks, then select Email.
  3. Log in to your SVSU Outlook Online email.
  4. Click New Message to act as though you are starting a new email message.
  5. At the bottom of the new message screen, click the icon that gives access to "More Apps".
  6. Then click Get add-ins.

    At the bottom of the new message screen, click the icon that gives access to "More Apps".
     
  7. This will open the Microsoft Store.
  8. Select All, at the left of the window.
  9. Search for Zoom.
  10. Select Zoom for Outlook from the list.

    This will open the Microsoft Store. Select All, at the left of the window. Search for Zoom. Select Zoom for Outlook from the list.

     
  11. Click Add.

     Click Add.

     
  12. Click Continue.



    Click Continue.
  13. Click the X to close the dialogue box.
  14. Open the Outlook Desktop Version.
  15. Navigate to the Calendar tool.
  16. Begin a new appointment or open an existing one.
  17. Set the date and time the meeting will occur.
  18. Click the Add a Zoom meeting button at the top right, in the Ribbon.

    Click the Add a Zoom meeting button at the top right, in the Ribbon.
     
  19. If prompted, log in to Zoom.

    If prompted, log in to Zoom.
     
  20. Zoom meeting details will be added to the Calendar appointment.  Complete the meeting information and send the appointment invitation.

    Zoom meeting details will be added to the Calendar appointment.  Complete the meeting information and send the appointment invitation.

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Article ID: 117810
Created
Wed 10/7/20 11:15 AM
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Thu 4/21/22 3:16 PM

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