Last updated: September 1st, 2022.
From the Admin Settings page for the organization, administrators can disable or enable features and change the terminology used throughout the application for all members.
Accessing Admin Settings
In order to access the Admin Settings, you must be given the Admin system role on the Admin Settings page. The Admin user whose email address is initially input in the onboarding process will be your organization’s first Administrator and can assign additional users as Admins.
Please check out the Organization Onboarding Process if you have not completed the initial set-up steps.
Navigate to the Admin Portal page for your organization by going to https://SUBDOMAIN.class.com/react/adminsettings and replacing “subdomain” with the subdomain that was set up for your organization upon implementing Class.
If you’re not already logged in to your Zoom account with admin privileges, you will be asked to do so now.
On the Configuration page, de-select any features you would like to disable for your entire organization. The features that are currently available to be toggled off include the following:
- Class Meeting Information for Learners
- Lose Focus Tracking
- Invite Emails
- Office Hours
- Users can join a class by entering a valid meeting ID
- Allow Users to join Class sessions via the web browser – Class on Web.
- Allow Users to join Class sessions via the downloaded app
- Allow users to join Class sessions via Zoom
- Record session automatically as they start
Select Save to make changes.
On the Terminology page, select from the dropdown options to change the terminology used for roles and tools. The terminology options that are currently available for customization include the following:
- Instructor / Teacher Title
- Assistant Title
- Student / Participant Title
- Roster Title
- Gradebook / Results Title
- Syllabus / Agenda Title
- Proctoring / Collaboration View
Select Save to make the changes.
On the Authentication page, you can give instructors the option to set up sessions with required authentication. Selecting this will require users to log in to join the session. By default, this will not be selected. Click Save to make the changes.
You can also input a Zoom vanity URL prefix. Inputting a valid prefix will allow users to navigate to https://PREFIX.zoomus (e.g. Video Conferencing, Web Conferencing, Online Meetings, Screen Sharing – Zoom ) Click Save to make the changes.
On the Users page, you will be able to manage the users in the organization and make changes to their names, email addresses, and system roles. You will also be able to add or delete users. To add a new user you can simply select the Add user button. Here is a separate guide on how to add users to the admin settings.
You will also be able to delete any users from the organization by selecting the Delete button. A confirmation dialog will open asking you if you are sure you want to delete the user. Select Delete to confirm the deletion and remove the user.
Note: Each set of changes will take effect for users the next time that they close and re-open the Class application.
The API Keys hub provides the option to perform bulk operations, automate mission-critical steps in setting up and maintaining your Class instance, and easily sync Class data into your organization’s systems of record.
To learn more about APIs, please read this guide.
Please note: Only Class Admins have access to API keys. You must have an Admin user account, administrator privileges, and necessary authenticated user credentials to log in. Contact your organization’s Class Admin if necessary for permissions.
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