- Settings in Read
- Multiple Accounts
- Zoom App Still Active
- Check the Chat Message from Read
- Delete Your Account
Settings in Read
As part of the account creation process, users sometimes gloss over important settings and are then surprised when Read continues to join meetings. Thankfully, this is easy to change within the Read settings under Account Settings > Meeting Assistant > Auto-Join Preferences. For more details, see:
- What meetings does Read join when I connect my calendar?
- I don’t want Read to join all my meetings, what are my options?
Read can still join if you didn’t attend the meeting
Please be aware that Read can and will try to join any meeting that has “Invite Read?” enabled on your calendar page, regardless of whether you actually attend the meeting or not.
Sometimes users create multiple Read accounts by accident, or their account and logins get mixed up in their web browser. For example, you might have a work login to Read and also a personal one. This can cause confusion when trying to configure your settings or access meeting reports.
Zoom App Still Active
If you installed Read’s Zoom app, you should make sure that the “Auto-open in Meetings” option is not enabled. You can find this by clicking the three dot menu in the top right corner when the Read app is open:
You can also uninstall the Zoom app by clicking “Remove” under your Added Apps in the Zoom Marketplace.
Check the Chat Message from Read
Multiple Read Users Joining Meetings
It’s possible that multiple meeting participants have Read enabled. This can sometimes lead to confusion because if you disabled Read, another participant might still have it enabled.
Each online meeting platform (Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Webex) has a chat functionality built into it. Look at the chat message from Read to identify who invited Read.
Disable Read via Chat
As part of our strong stance on privacy, any meeting participant can disable Read via chat commands within the meeting.
If you want to remove Read on a per-meeting basis, while in the meeting:
You can also proactively enable or disable Read for individual meetings on your calendar page.
Delete Your Account
While we would hate to see you go, we want you to have a great experience too. That means you being able to leave when you want.