Making changes to a scheduled Zoom meeting
Anytime you schedule a meeting, a Meeting ID is generated. If you export the meeting to your calendar, the join instructions are automatically pasted to the calendar invitation.
Note: Any edits to a meeting that is currently in progress will not take effect. The meeting must be ended and restarted for the changes to take effect.
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How to understand Meeting ID
The meeting ID is the meeting number associated with a scheduled meeting. All Zoom meetings have a unique meeting ID that are included in the meeting’s invitation text.
Important information regarding Meeting IDs:
- You can start your meeting at any time after you scheduled it.
- Non-recurring meeting ID will expire 30 days after the meeting was scheduled or last started; the meeting will expire after the date it was scheduled and not on the date it was scheduled for. You can also restart the same meeting ID within 30 days.
- A recurring meeting ID will expire 365 days after the meeting is started on the last occurrence. You can re-use the meeting ID for future occurrences.
How to reschedule a Zoom Meeting
- If you need to reschedule a meeting, simply update your schedule on your calendar.
- It is not necessary to update the meeting on the Zoom scheduler unless the rescheduled date is more than 30 days away for a non-recurring meeting.
How to add or delete invitation attendees
- If you need to add or delete attendees, you can do so from your calendar (To: or Add Guests on calendars).
- There is no need to update the meeting on the Zoom scheduler.
How to edit your scheduled meeting on the Zoom client
- Click the Meetings, Upcoming tab, find and select the meeting, then click Edit.
- You can use it to update the scheduled time, however this is not necessary as the meeting can be started at any time as long as it available to edit.