Use Alexa for Business to control your Zoom Rooms - Alexa for Business

Use Alexa for Business to control your Zoom Rooms

After Alexa for Business is enabled on your Zoom Room device, you can ask Alexa the following things.


If you have a Logitech Tap device, users are automatically checked in if Intelligent room release is enabled and motion is detected. For more information about intelligent room release, see Configure meeting room settings using Alexa for Business.

You can say... To do this...
"Alexa, join my meeting"

"Alexa, start my meeting"

Join your unscheduled or scheduled meeting
"Alexa, end the meeting"

"Alexa, hang up"

Leave a meeting
"Alexa, end the call" End a call
"Alexa, is this room available?"

"Alexa, is this room free?"

"Alexa, is the room booked at 4 PM?"
Check room availability
"Alexa, is this room free for 30 minutes?" Check room availability for a specific duration
"Alexa, is this room free at 10 AM?" Check room availability for a specific time
"Alexa, who booked this room?"

"Alexa, who booked this room at 2 PM?"

Find out who reserved room
"Alexa, book this room for 30 minutes"

"Alexa, book this room at 2 PM for 60 minutes"

"Alexa, reserve this room until 1 PM"
Make an instant booking
"Alexa, extend the meeting"

"Alexa, extend the meeting by half an hour"

"Alexa, extend the meeting for 15 minutes"
Extend a room reservation
"Alexa, when is the next meeting?" Find the next reservation
"Alexa, find me a room"

"Alexa, find a room for an hour"

"Alexa, find a room at noon"
Find an available room
"Alexa, turn on lights"

"Alexa, turn off lights"

"Alexa, dim the lights"
Control smart devices (requires a third-party Smart Home skill)
"Alexa, what's the Wi-Fi password?" Access company FAQs using Knowledge Skills (requires a Knowledge skill)
"Alexa, how is the Dow Jones doing?" Find information