How to Record a Zoom Meeting- Beginner's Guide

STOKE-ON-TRENT, U.K. - April 2, 2021 - PRLog -- It's very easy to learn how to record a zoom meeting as a host or a guest/participant. But first, you must join or set up the zoom meeting. If you don't know how to join a zoom meeting. You can get the complete guide here.

When holding a meeting via zoom, knowing how to record the meeting is very important. This is because you can easily share the recorded zoom meeting with those who weren't able to attend, or even with a wider audience. Maybe you need to show your team members a new feature on your office systems. You could Share Screen on the zoom call, record the zoom meeting, and share with your teammates.

As a guest/participant in a zoom meeting, you'll need permission from the host before you can record a zoom meeting.

If permission to record is not enabled already by the host, you can simply ask the host to enable recording for you.

Zoom automatically creates a document folder when you record a meeting. If you normally struggle to find files on your computer folder, it's worth setting a designated folder for the recorded zoom meetings.

1. Click on the record button at the bottom of the meeting screen. If you are a participant, you'll only see the record button if the host has given you permission to record the meeting.

In this article, I will provide a step-by-step guide on how to record a zoom meeting on a desktop or mobile.

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