This article explains how to turn Message preview On or Off in Zoom Chat on Windows 11.
Zoom is a video conferencing and online meeting platform that allows users to connect remotely. It offers Video and audio conferencing, screen sharing, and recording features.
There are many settings one can configure in the Zoom app on Windows. Users can download and install, start Zoom automatically when Windows starts, use dual monitors, turn Video and audio on or off screen lock, mute microphone when joining meetings, change where to save meeting recordings, and more.
When you use Zoom on Windows, the chat messages you receive are previewed in the notification center. There’s a setting to turn off previewing messages to protect your privacy.
You might want to turn the message preview on or off in Zoom for several reasons. For instance, you may wish to keep your messages private so no one else can see them. Alternatively, you may want to see previews to decide whether a message is important quickly.
Additionally, turning off message previews can help reduce distractions during a meeting or presentation when you do not want to be interrupted by notifications.
Turn message preview on or off in Zoom
As mentioned above, Zoom chat notifications are previewed in the notification center in Windows by default. You can turn this feature off if you don’t want others seeing your messages.
Here’s how to do that.
First, open the Zoom app. You can do that by clicking Start and selecting the ‘All apps’ button on the Start menu.
Under All apps, scroll down alphabetically to the bottom and open the Zoom app.
When the Zoom app opens, click the Settings (gear) to open its Setting pane.
Alternatively, click on your profile image at the top right and select Settings on the context menu.
When the Settings pane opens, select the Team Chat button on the left menu.
On the Team Chat settings page, under Sound and Behaviour, check the box next to “Show message preview (uncheck this option for privacy)” to enable previewing messages.
To disable it, uncheck the box.
That should do it!
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