The email that is sent to users when they have registered for a meeting is confusing.
This is especially true for users that are trying to immediately register and join a meeting from a community calendar entry that contains the public registration link in it.
Right at the top of the email the user receives it says:
This invite contains your personal meeting join link. Do not share this email or add more people to the event using your calendar software. Other users can register for the meeting at https://zoom-lfx.platform.linuxfoundation.org/meeting/##########.
The reality is that in the all too common, “I need to join the meeting immediately” situation, no one pays attention to the 2nd sentence after reading the first. They see the link in the 2nd sentence and immediately click on it thinking that is their own personal link. Unfortunately when they click on it think they are joining the call, the whole meeting registration bit starts over again, complete with a new email message being sent with the exact same info.
The user needs to scroll down several lines in the email to actually find their personal link to join the meeting. This is causing frustration.
at the top of the message the email sent to the use should say:
This invite contains your personal meeting join link. It is registered to you only.
Your personal link is: https://zoom.us/w/##########/yadda-yadda-yadda
DO NOT SHARE THE ABOVE LINK WITH ANYONE or this email or add more people to the event using your calendar software of choice.
Other users can register for the meeting at: https://zoom-lfx.platform.linuxfoundation.org/meeting/##########.
Then include all the rest of the information that is in the email below that exactly as-is, beginning with the meeting name. It will include some duplicate info in section #1, but that is OK.