Enable End-to-End Encryption (E2EE) that protects your video conferencing content by making them accessible to participants only.
Note: Participants who join the meeting by clicking the invitation link can automatically join without the meeting password. However, participants who join the meeting via the meeting ID will be asked to enter a password.
RingCentral Video meeting security options via the Personal Meeting ID settings
Use PMI for instant meetings: This is a specific Meeting ID that you can use for all your meetings. Once enabled, tap on this field if you want to customize your Personal Meeting ID (PMI). This ID should be 9 digits for RingCentral Video.
Password required: Toggle on if you’d like to require a password entry before any participants can join your meeting. When this setting is enabled, tap on this field to set an alphanumeric password for your meetings. For iOS devices, the Password field will appear underneath. For Android devices, the Password required window will pop-up once enabled. You can change the password if you want. Tap Save once done. See the list below for password policy:
The password must be at least 1 to 10 characters long.
It must contain characters from the following categories: uppercase characters (A-Z), lowercase characters (a-z), digits (1-9).
Enable waiting room: Once enabled, participants can’t join a meeting until the host admits them individually or admits all of them from the waiting room. The host can set the waiting room to one of the following: Anyone outside my company, Anyone not signed in, or Everyone. To learn more, visit Using a waiting room in RingCentral Video mobile.
Only signed-in users can join: Enable this option to allow only signed-in users to join the meeting.
Only signed-in coworkers can join: Enable this option to allow only signed-in contacts from your organization to join the meeting.
Only hosts can share screen: Enable this option to allow only you (the host) and moderators to share their screen during the meeting.