This would need to happen on your end with custom code. Sign in to Zoom with specified domains : This option, allows you to specify the rule so that Zoom users, whose email address contains a certain domain, can join the meeting or webinar. b) getting the “Bad Request” error when registering an Attendee when the “registrant limit” has been reached. Zoom Video Webinar allows you to broadcast a Zoom meeting to up to 10,000 view-only attendees, depending on the size of your webinar license. Meetings & Webinars; Zoom Phone; Account & Admin; Zoom Rooms; H.323/SIP; Messaging; Integration; On-Premise; Training; Related articles. It needs to meet the following requirements: Format: GIF, JPG/JPEG, or 24-bit PNG (alpha/transparency allowed) In the Zoom Webinar UI, there’s the ability to set the number of registrants on a given even. But out of those unlimited people, only the first 100 who join will get in. This includes screen sharing, video, and audio capabilities. Like @tommy wrote a registrants_restrict_number is available but that’s it. The registration limit will vary per Webinar and I while I can work-around this if I have to, it would preferable if the registration limit was visible with the API. This guide will help you learn everything including enabling registration, customizing your registration form, and pulling meeting reports. Select Schedule a Webinar. Check the Required box if you want to make that field required (users cannot submit their registration unless the field is filled). As for seeing how many participants are in a webinar this endpoint may help. Hello, I’m not a programmer, I’m trying to understand the UX flow for a registrant. Is there anyway with the API to determine the registration limit? https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/api-reference/zoom-api/dashboards/dashboardwebinardetail. Click Edit to change the webinar title, then click Save. You'll have access to the following registration options: Name and email address are always required. Click Webinars. Select Zoom in the Conferencing / Location section for your Booking page. For example for a webinar of type 9 in the occurrences object: Do you see any chance to implement something like that? Scheduling a webinar with registration. If you're looking to hold a meeting or webinar on Zoom, consider enabling Zoom registration. Click Webinars. Sign in to the Zoom web portal. In the Approval section, click Edit. Zoom Rooms is the original software-based conference room solution used around the world in board, conference, huddle, and training rooms, as well as executive offices and classrooms. Close registration after event date: Check this option if you want to prevent anyone from registering after the webinar date and projected end time. Like @nyoumans I need to know when a webinar or an webinar occurrence is fully booked. You can add a banner which will be displayed at the top of your invitation page. Attendees can still register on the event date and once the webinar starts, as long as it is before the projected end time of the webinar. We’re also actively working on improving our error code messages, and appreciate you flagging this one. Requiring registration can help you gain more insight on your attendees and more. Scroll down to the Invitations tab. Choose the desired webinar settings. Right now, like in july 2019 when @nyoumans asked, is no information in the response object, neither in the webinar nor in the occurrences object. And any plans to implement a better response code when trying to register for a webinar that has exceeded it registration limit? We do have the ability to add/manage Webinar registrants via API (which could be used alongside logic for restricting number of Registrants) - but do not currently provide the ability to restrict the number of registrants directly with the API. Sign in to Zoom: This option allows any users to join the meeting or webinar, as long as they are signed into their Zoom account. 2 - When I trying to register for a webinar that is at (or over) the registration limit, I receive a generic “400 - bad request” error. While I want to cap the registration for the webinar at 100, I’d like for the potential registrant to receive a notification that registration is full or have that person go ahead and submit a registration so we can capture contact information, but then receive an automated email that the event is full. This helps you plan the webinar content and any follow-up you might do after the event. You can also customize the look of your registration page with Webinar Registration Branding or track traffic to your registration page by setting up Webinar Registration Source Tracking. Even if the Webinar is limited to 100 attendees, Zoom still allows unlimited people to register for it. You will need to do as you said, Get the Registrants for Each webinar. In the Zoom Webinar UI, there’s the ability to set the number of registrants on a given even. (see screen shot). We are migrating from WebEx to Zoom and the registration limit is easy enough to retrieve with the WebEx API. You will see a list of scheduled webinars. Or you can use our Registrant Created Webhook and count them yourself. Sign in to the Zoom web portal. Scheduled webinar with registration enabled; Registration options. Banner. If you have associated your Booking page with at least one Event type , the Scheduling options are found by going to Setup -> ScheduleOnce setup -> relevant Event type -> Scheduling options . I agree this can be improved to be more helpful. Click the topic of the webinar that you want to customize. We are showing all our webinars and occurrences on our websites and I want to hide the ones fully booked. Select the Registration option to require registration. 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