– How to set up a recurring zoom meeting link – none:
Zoom Registration allows you to resend the registration confirmation email that was originally sent. I modify the ‘Confirmation Email Sent to Registrants’ by clicking on the edit button. The ‘Confirmation Email’ window that opens for edit, allows you to change the information in the ‘Subject’ box. Oh, the ‘save’ button can be a little hard to find. Remember to use the outside scroll bars to find it. Hi, I’m going to hop in here to seek some guidance I’ve been having a hard time articulating; forgive me if this leans towards hijacking the the thread.
I posted my own question on this, but this conversation appears to be in the same ballpark as what i’m trying to accomplish. I want to send invite to weekly group coaching call meeting when people purchase my online course.
I want them to have to register once, and require a password to get in. I’m assuming I can set this up so they receive one initial email with the invite—link and password— and I shouldn’t have to edit, add, send out additional emails after that? I’m confused about recurring meeting, number of instances, etc. It seems like I don’t want to have a certain number of instances if this is a reoccurring meeting as it makes the invite look confusing and I’m thinking it automatically adds to their calendar I really get confused about that part, but that’s a different conversation.
Again, apologies for hijacking, but I’m thinking like you guys can straighten me out on this pretty simply? I see now that setting up reoccurring meeting in the app doesn’t require number of instances. But I don’t see that option in the browser version. Under my PRO license, the browser option is there.
Try clicking ‘recurring meeting’ and then set the ‘after occurrences’ to 1. That’s found just to the right of ‘End date’. There will be only one entry in the calendar, if you choose to calendar it. BUT, a recurring meeting stays usable for a year after it is last used. Should i be able to copy the link and password, then put that in my automated email to purchasers of my course?
Wheen I test that to myself it automatcially opens to meeting, I assume because I’m host. I don’t understand what the “registration” piece looks like on the invitee’s end. Yes, it can be confusing. I have several zoom identities that allow me to test out what others might see.
Usually, logging out of my Pro account on the desktop app, and then signing in with a free account, allows me to see what most will see.
Unexpectedly, a ‘normal’ link to the meeting, is treated like a registration link, once you turn ‘registration required’ on, for your meeting. The answer from ZoomTestKitchen, 2nd in the chain above, allows you to copy the ‘normal’ link. But when people use it, it’s treated like a registration link. I didn’t believe that, until I tested it with a second test zoom account. One great benefit of Registration, is that you then can access a list of registrants to whom you can email further communication.
Like I do with a ‘Reminder’ notice, mentioned above. But everytime someone joins your meeting, they have to go through Registration again, unless they use their own link, provided at the time they registered. Each registrant, gets their own unique link. Sorry to be wordy. And maybe I’m missing the essence of your situation. I couldn’t see your attachment, due to my inexperience in this community, I guess.
Or maybe my browser. I’m thinking i may have what I need: I created recurring, 1x, require registration with option of only require registration the first time. I opened incognito browser, pasted the link in.
It did open to a registration page where i entered my name and email, clicked not a robot, hit register button, and it gave a new link to get into meeting. When I clicked on there i was in the meeting. I’m thinking I was in there now because i’m the host?
That’s the last piece I don’t understand; the meeting time is set for tomorrow. Do you think a non-me user might get message “waiting for host to start meeting? I had opted to not make them wait in waiting room. That makes me wonder now, how do you ‘start” the meeting if it’s “recurring but only 1 instance. Be very careful when you do NOT have a waiting room. That’s triply true if the meeting is recurring, and you expect to use the meeting for many times.
Once the link goes public, anyone with the link can start the meeting, without your knowledge. The meeting ID and passcode, remain usable for 1 year, after the last time it’s used. The number of instances is mainly calendar-related how many calendar entries do you want to have? There is no ‘ require registration with option of only require registration the first time.
You can turn registration required on and off. Is that what you mean? Try setting up a new gmail account, use it to get a free zoom account, and use that to test the meeting setup. Thank you for pointing me to that option. I see it now.
I’ve been testing it to see it’s effect. It doesn’t work like I expected it to. I finally got on chat support with Zoom today. What a concept. I just assumed they would be like FB or youtube or google with no way to talk to live person. He was very helpful. I don’t have time right now to post how he instructed me, nothing much different than I was assuming —I will later.
But i may copy paste your comment and show him to see his response to those various issues. If OK with you? Zoom Registration is great because I can send preliminary material to those who have registered. And a reminder notice on the day of the event. Mike would it be possible for us to chat about registration and how to manage? Looks like you might use like I would want to use, but I have concerns about overburdening my participants Thanks in advance.
Any URLs you set to host your meetings can be extended. If Zoom creates a unique Join URL for every new meeting, the Zoom integration creates this URL and sends it to the customer who joined the online class when it was launched, no matter what class they joined. Each of your meetings needs a URL that is the same.
By restarting the same meeting ID, you would receive a message from this, saying it would remain valid for 30 additional days. A meeting ID that does not have a renewal is valid for less than 30 days after it begins or does not expire. Restarting the meeting ID after 30 days will let you access your meeting profile. Meetings will run through the expired meeting ID days after they start. If you are planning on attending the meeting again, you should use the meeting ID.
Zoom allows you to schedule meetings that repeat and retain the same meeting ID and settings when each occurrence occurs. Meetings can be scheduled in weekly, monthly, or daily installments. There must be no matching of the different parts of your personal URL. Links that are made under a common name cannot be used for your own purposes. Opening Hours : Mon – Fri: 8am – 5pm.
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Google Calendar supports repeated meetings. To set one up, in your meeting invitation, put a check in the “Repeat. A non-recurring meeting ID will expire 30 days after the meeting is scheduled for. You can restart the same meeting ID as many times as you. A non-recurring meeting ID expires 30 days after the date the meeting is scheduled for (you can reset the day timer by simply starting the meeting).