Create recurring Zoom sessions
Create recurring Zoom sessions when you want to reuse a Zoom meeting ID for more than one meeting session. Recurring meetings can be scheduled (e.g., biweekly on Wednesdays at 3 pm) or the day and time can be left unspecified, creating a persistent session that can be reused any time.
Schedule recurring meeting sessions
Schedule a recurring Zoom session as you would a recurring calendar entry. When creating a new Zoom meeting or editing an existing one, do the following to schedule a recurring session:
- Choose a day, time, and duration for the first meeting in the series (Fig 1.1)
- For Recurrence, choose an option (daily, weekly, monthly) from the dropdown menu (Fig 1.2)
- For Repeat every, choose the number of days, weeks, or months that the meeting will reoccur (Fig 1.3)
- For End date, choose to either end the meeting series on a specific date or after a specific number of occurrences (Fig 1.4)
Create a persistent meeting session
A persistent Zoom meeting session is one that is available to reuse at any time. Essentially, a persistent meeting session is always open. Your Personal Meeting is an example of a persistent session. When creating a new Zoom meeting or editing an existing one, do the following to create a persistent meeting:
- Select the Recurring meeting checkbox (Fig 2.1)
- Select No Fixed Time from the Recurrence dropdown menu (Fig 2.2)
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