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Faculty - Record a Zoom Meeting and Access Zoom Recordings

2020

Faculty - Record a Zoom Meeting and Access Zoom Recordings

1.  Click Start on the meeting you want to start

 

2. Once the meeting has launched, click on Record and select Record to the Cloud so that the recording will be saved to Zoom in the cloud.

3. You have the option to pause or stop the recording.

4. When you stop the recording, you will receive a pop-up to confirm you want to stop the recording.

5. You will receive an email when the recording is available. It will include a recording link for the host and a link that can be shared out with others.

6. The recordings will also be available under the Cloud Recordings tab in your Zoom link on the course. Note: These recordings are also available to students through the Zoom link on their course.

 

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