The Web Meeting SDK v2.0.1 release includes the following.

  • The Web Meeting SDK Component View provides the option to embed the Web Meeting SDK as components in your page, allowing for a more-flexible design.

  • The Web Meeting SDK Client View provides the option to display the Web Meeting SDK as a full page. This allows for a familiar Zoom Meeting experience because the Client View is the same as the Zoom Web Client, except it lives inside your own web page.

You must choose one view to use in your integration.

WebSDK Client View


  • Mask Background feature

  • Setting to “Mirror my Video”

  • Meeting Reactions

  • Side-by-side layout support when screen sharing in Chrome

  • Ability to customize recording disclaimer content

  • Support for showing the user a notice when archiving and live streaming

  • A dialog for attendees to first provide consent when being promoted to a panelist in webinars

  • Privacy notices for various features


  • Waiting page when a meeting has not yet started


  • The “TypeError: I.isMatchingType is not a function” bug from ~v1.9.5

WebSDK Component View


  • Joining, leaving, and ending meetings and webinars

  • Reconnecting when connection state changes

  • Privacy notices to various features such as chat and recording

  • Viewing meeting information and copying invite link

  • Active Apps Notifier

  • Starting, pausing, and stopping screen sharing

  • Receiving screen sharing

  • Participants panel, with participant controls such as “mute” and “rename”

  • Waiting Room

  • Joining and leaving audio

  • Muting and unmuting the microphone

  • Gallery, Ribbon, Speaker, and Minimized views

  • Highlighting most recently active participant in video views

  • Toggling video capture

  • Public and private chat in meetings and webinars

  • Security settings like enabling waiting room and locking meetings

  • Starting, pausing, and stopping cloud recording

  • Receiving local and cloud recording status

  • Settings panel, with options for Audio, Video, and Share Screen

  • Raising and lowering hand

  • Panelist and attendee views in webinars

  • Promoting attendees and demoting panelists

  • Promote consent (attendee is shown a consent dialog, which they must accept to be promoted to a panelist)

  • Multiple languages (i18n)

  • Adding custom buttons to the toolbar dropdown

  • APIs to safely and programmatically interact with a meeting or webinar