Zoom allows you to schedule meetings with multiple occurrences so that each occurrence uses the same meeting ID and settings. You can schedule these meetings in daily, weekly, and monthly increments. You can also set a recurring meeting to be used at any time. Meeting IDs for recurring meetings expire 365 days after the meeting was last started.
For more information on scheduling meetings in general and all of the meeting settings, see our documentation on scheduling meetings.
When you schedule a recurring meeting on the desktop client, all the recurring meetings will appear in the Meetings tab. When you schedule a recurring meeting on the Zoom web portal, all the recurring meetings' dates will be displayed in the Upcoming tab on the Meetings page.
The following instructions provide steps on scheduling recurring meetings in the Zoom desktop client and then adding them to either your Google Calendar or the Outlook desktop.
If you prefer to schedule a recurring meeting in your Google Calendar or Outlook desktop first, the recurring meeting will automatically appear in your Zoom desktop client. Learn more about scheduling meetings in Google Calendar or the Outlook desktop app.
If you chose to export the meeting to your Outlook or Google Calendar events, the recurrence pattern is included in the calendar event created.
If you chose Google Calendar when creating a recurring meeting in the Zoom desktop client, a browser window will open prompting you to sign in to Google to add the recurrence to your calendar.
If you chose Outlook when creating a recurring meeting in the Zoom desktop client, the Outlook desktop app will open.
You can view a list of your recurring meetings in the Zoom desktop client.
Follow these steps to add or edit single occurrences as part of your recurring meeting.
You can view a list of your recurring meetings in the Zoom mobile app.