How to Auto Record Zoom Meetings.
Recording appointments in Zoom is pretty simple. Once you’ve joined the conversation, click the Record button at the bottom of the screen. However, if you’re hosting a webinar and want to record every meeting, here’s how you automatically record every Zoom meeting.
How to record automatic zoom meetings
Before we get into setting up automatic recording for Zoom meetings, we need to understand how Zoom recordings work. There are 3 important points to consider when recording Zoom meetings.
- Zoom can record meetings locally or in the cloud. Cloud recording is paid, and local recording is free.
- The Zoom Android and iOS apps cannot record meetings locally. Therefore, in the free version, you cannot record meetings in the Android and iOS Zoom apps.
- By default, only the host can record meetings. A attendee must obtain the “Allow Recording” permission to be able to record meetings.
How to auto-record Zoom meetings
If you frequently record your appointments, it is best to set up an appointment with automatic recording. To do this, click the “Schedule” button in the Zoom application.
Now in the meeting scheduling window, go down and click the “Advanced options” radio button.
In the advanced menu, check “Automatically record meeting on local computer.” This ensures that as soon as the meeting starts, it is recorded.
When the meeting is over, Zoom will open the location where the recordings are saved. Alternatively, you can also access your notes from the Appointments tab.
Where does Zoom store recordings?
By default, Zoom creates a local folder under documents to store recordings. You can access or change it in the Records tab in the zoom settings.
Zoom has a lot of good tricks up its sleeve. For example, you can integrate Zoom with Slack and create meetings from Slack. Alternatively, you can also use third party apps like Krisp to make a silent video call on Zoom. If you have additional issues or questions about Zoom, let me know in the comments below.
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