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Adding and Opening the Mentimeter App in Zoom

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Mentimeter logo.


This guide shows you how to add and open the Mentimeter app in your Zoom meetings:


1. Start a Zoom call. You don’t need to schedule a call to do this, simply open the desktop client and select ‘New Meeting’.

Image of Zoom desktop app opened and 'New Meeting' button highlighted.Close up of image of Zoom desktop app opened and 'New Meeting' button highlighted.










2. Click on the ‘Apps’ tool.

Image of the Reactions, Apps and Whiteboards tools in a Zoom meeting.


3. A new ‘Apps’ panel will open on the right side of your Zoom window. The ‘My Apps’ tab will show you all the apps you have linked to Zoom. Check to see if Mentimeter is listed there (if it is, go to point 6).

Image of the My Apps panel showing Mentimeter.


4. If the Mentimeter app is not available under the ‘My Apps’ tab, click on the ‘Discover’ tab.

Apps panel highlighting the 'Discover' button.


5. Under the ‘Discover’ tab, scroll through the apps listed until you find the Mentimeter app. Select and add the app.

Apps panel highlighting the 'Discover' button and the 'Approve Apps' list, showing Mentimeter.


6. Click on the Mentimeter app.

My Apps panel showing Mentimeter.


7. In the updated window select ‘+ New presentation’.

Accessing Mentimeter app via Zoom My Apps panel.


8. Mentimeter will now open in a web browser.

Mentimeter in web browser.


9. Log in or select ‘Sign up now’ to create an account (*see link at the end of this guide).

Mentimeter log in window.


10. Select ‘+ New presentation’ to start creating your presentation.

Option to create a new presentation.


*QMUL has an enterprise licence for Mentimeter. Use this link to create your account.

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Produced by the the Technology Enhanced Learning Team at Queen Mary University of London.

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