Zoom Integration

How to connect Zoom to Status Hero and display completed meetings and recordings alongside your check-ins

Once you connect your team's Zoom account to Status Hero, you and the team will be able to see past Zoom meeting events and recordings alongside your check-ins.

To use the Zoom integration, you'll need the ability to install applications from the Zoom App Marketplace in your Zoom account.


To connect Status Hero and Zoom, first visit your Account Management - Integrations page. Then, pop open the Zoom panel:

Hit the "Connect Zoom" button, and Zoom will prompt you to authorize Status Hero.

That's it! Zoom is now connected and setup to notify Status Hero when Zoom meetings are completed. Status Hero will match up Zoom hosts and participants with Status Hero team members based on email address.

If your team is on a Pro Plan with Zoom and Cloud Recordings are enabled, Zoom meeting recordings will be linked to the listings when available.

To test it out, first make sure your Status Hero email address (or secondary email address) matches your Zoom email address, then host a Zoom meeting and look for a new entry in the activity stream.


Once Zoom is connected, you'll see past Zoom meetings from your team's Zoom account included in team member check-in activity, as shown below. Team members will also be able to see their past Zoom meetings in their check-in previews, reminding them of the meetings they've participated in. 

We'll even add up the total time spent in Zoom meetings for each team member and the team as a whole. 

The total team time in meetings can be seen in the metrics summary on the right of the dashboard. 

You'll also see the events as they arrive in your team's activity stream:


There are two ways to disconnect Zoom and Status Hero:

1. From within Status Hero, visit your Account Management - Integrations page and click open the Zoom panel. Then click on the "Remove Zoom connection" link.

2. From within Zoom, visit the App Marketplace while logged in, click through to "Installed Apps", then click the "Uninstall" button next to Status Hero.


  • Look for updates in the activity stream first. The dashboard will sum up updates from the previous period. (The check-ins essentially say "here's what I did yesterday, and here is all of the Zoom meetings to go along with that.)

  • Make sure that the people hosting or attending Zoom meetings match up by email with people on your team in Status Hero. If you or a team member is using a different email address in Zoom, set the secondary email address to match the one used in Zoom.

  • Status Hero won't be able to associate data retroactively. Make sure you generate a meeting in Zoom in order to test things out after you've set up the connection.