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An Overview of twine for Zoom
An Overview of twine for Zoom

A overview of how to install and setup twine for Zoom to start supercharging your Zoom breakout rooms.

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Written by Taylor McLoughlin
Updated over a week ago

twine makes it easy for Zoom hosts to create connection by enabling advanced breakout rooms and speed networking.

twine for Zoom is the easiest way to add speed networking and advanced breakout rooms to your meeting, using one of our different matchmaking modes.

To start using twine for Zoom, you'll need to install the app and get familiar with it.

Here is a summary of how to get started and related support articles.

Step 1: Check if Zoom Apps are enabled on your account

  • If they are not, ask your Zoom administrator to enable access to Zoom Apps by sending them this article to assist them.

  • Or request that just the twine for Zoom app be pre-approved here.

Step 2: Download & install the twine for Zoom App

  • Download the twine for Zoom app directly from the Zoom App Marketplace here.

  • If you encounter any errors, double check that you are logged in to both your Zoom desktop client and your with the same account.

  • If you still encounter errors, it's likely that Zoom Apps are not enabled (see Step 1).

Step 3: Check your Zoom setup to ensure you can use twine for Zoom

  • Run through our checklist to ensure you're properly setup to run twine for Zoom

Step 4: Learn how to run a twine & explore the different matchmaking modes

Step 5: Prepare & invite participants to join you

Need a quick refresher on twine for Zoom? Check out this demo video.

We hope this information was helpful, but if you have additional feedback, questions, or comments, please contact us at or join our office hours with our Customer Success team and they'd be happy to give you a hand.


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