How to record a Zoom meeting: 5 easy steps to save your meeting in the cloud or on your computer.

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Largely due to the coronavirus pandemic, Zoom has become a mainstay in the lives of many people around the world. The company announced that, as of April 2020, it 300 million daily Zoom meeting attendees. The convenience of being able to have online meetings between groups of friends, companies, and classes has proven beneficial even in 2022, with more people back in offices and school buildings.

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As a result, it can be important to know how to record a meeting. Users can either burn a copy to their computer’s local hard drive or use the cloud recording option.

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How to Record a Zoom Meeting

  1. Click the “Record” button in the lower right corner of the screen. Appears after the start of the meeting.
  2. As soon as the recording starts, you will see a red light in the upper left corner of the window.
  3. Click on the pause button to pause the recording.
  4. Click on the play button to resume recording.
  5. Click on the stop button to stop recording.
A laptop showing a Zoom meeting.

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Zoom recordings are stored on your computer’s hard drive unless you have cloud recording enabled. Cloud recording takes about twice as long to process. it processing may take up to 24 hours depending on processing load, according to Zoom.

How to Record a Zoom Recording to the Cloud

Make sure your device meets the Zoom system and account requirements for cloud recording.

  1. Enable cloud recording.
  2. Click the “Record” button.
  3. Click on the pause, stop, or “end meeting” button to stop the recording.

Zoom will send you an email when cloud recording finished processing. According to Zoom Support, the first link in the email is for the host. The second one is for the participants of the meeting. start of the meeting.


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