When you start a Zoom meeting, you might see an error message that asks, “Where is Zoom Meeting ID?” Hopefully, this article will answer your question. If not, it’s important to check the meeting’s ID on the meetings page. If you’ve deleted a meeting from your trash can, you can recover it within one week.
The meeting ID and invitations will still work. If it’s permanently deleted, however, you cannot recover it. To recover a meeting, click on the Meeting Information icon in the top-left corner of the meeting window.
To join a Zoom meeting, click on the link or enter the Meeting ID in the text box provided. This information is different for mobile devices and desktop computers. To find it on your desktop, search for the link that was sent to you through email or through your messages. If you’re using a mobile device, you’ll need to open a mobile web browser to find the Meeting ID. Once you’ve entered the meeting ID, you can now enter it in the web browser or Zoom client.
The Meeting ID is also displayed when you invite new participants to a Zoom meeting. Click on the Invite button in the Participants panel and the invite pop-up will display the Meeting ID and Meeting passcode. The Meeting ID is usually found in the title and lower-right corner of the invitation. To join a meeting, visit the Zoom web portal, desktop client, or mobile app. The Meeting ID is also displayed under the meeting name.
Your Personal Meeting ID is not shared with the public. To view the PMI, sign in to your Zoom account with your BU login or HIPAA login. You can copy the PMI URL and invite your participants to join the meeting by inviting them using it. When participants have signed in, they simply click on the PMI URL and join the meeting. If the participants do not have the PMI, you’ll need to send them a link to your personal meeting.
The meeting ID is the 9-digit number provided by the host of the meeting. You can see this number on the expanded information pane and left navigation pane. You can also see the Meeting invitation information by clicking “show meeting invitation” in the same pane. You can also turn audio and video off when you join the meeting. You can also see this information by clicking the Show Meeting Invitation option in the right-hand pane.
The URL link is provided to the host in an email invitation. When you receive this invitation, you will see the meeting ID and password. If you have not yet logged into the Zoom client, you may have to wait until the host has finished signing. The host will then ask you to accept the meeting invitation. Once you have clicked the link, the Zoom Client will launch and your meeting will be launched. You can now join the meeting with your Zoom ID and password.
Once you’ve installed the Zoom application on your computer, run it. Navigate to the Meeting tab in the main window. On the Meeting tab, you will find your Zoom Meeting ID. Make sure it’s not zero! Try to use a memorable number instead of a numeric one. This will make it easier to remember. If you’re unsure of where to find the meeting ID, it’s best to use a unique one that is easy to remember.
You can reuse your meeting ID up to three times. You can start a Zoom meeting even before the scheduled time. After the meeting expires, the meeting ID becomes invalid, but you can restart it multiple times during the same 30-day period. However, you can’t reuse a meeting ID that’s been expired or deleted. If you’ve already completed a webinar with this meeting ID, it will be deleted after the session.