Editing Your Profile in Zoom


You can edit your profile in Zoom, including your profile picture, first and last names, display name, pronouns and pronoun sharing options, and more. 


How do I edit my Zoom profile?


You can edit your Zoom profile through the Zoom web portal. Follow the steps below: 

1. Navigate to Minnesota State's Zoom web portal (https://minnstate.zoom.us/), then sign in with your StarID credentials 

2. From the navigation menu on the left-hand side, select Profile 

3. By your account profile name, click Edit and make your desired changes to the field(s) you want to edit

4. Select "Save" at the bottom to save your updates






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