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Zoom Tasks

The zoom plugin supports interaction with the Zoom messaging platform.

Possible operations are:


To be able to use the Zoom task in a Concord flow, it must be added as a dependency:

  - mvn://com.walmartlabs.concord.plugins:zoom-task:1.23.0

This adds the task to the classpath and allows you to invoke the Zoom task.


The Zoom task allows users to trigger operations on a Zoom server as a step in a flow. It uses a number of required input parameters that are common for all operations:

  • action - determines the operation to be performed with the current invocation of the Zoom task
  • ignoreErrors - boolean value, if true any errors that occur during the execution are ignored and stored in the result variable. Defaults to false.

Send Message

The sendMessage action allows users to send messages to a specific Zoom channel identified by a channelId. It uses input parameters listed below for the operation:

  • channelId - string, Required - The JID of the Channel you want to send message to.
  • headText - string, Required - text that goes into message head.
  • bodyText - string, optional - text that goes into the message body.
    - task: zoom
        action: sendMessage
        channelId: "myZoomChannelId"
        headText: "Hello to concord world"
        bodyText: "Hello everyone"
        ignoreErrors: true

    - if: "${!result.ok}"
    - throw: "Error while sending a message: ${result.error}"
    - log: "Data: ${result.data}"

Walmart users can get the channelId by one of the following approaches: Go to a Zoom chat channel and type,

/getchanneldetails list

This will display a list of channels the user (who typed the slash command) has access to. Click on a channel in the list to see the JID of that channel.

/getchanneldetails details

This will display the channel JID and channel name of the channel the command was typed in, as well as the Account ID.

In general Users can get the channelId from the Chatbot request sent to the server. Refer to the example here.

The task returns a result object with three fields:

  • ok - true if the operation is succeeded.
  • data - string - response body, if the operation is succeeded.
  • error - error message if the operation failed.