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I canceled the waiting room. That is, people join straight to the webinar. How do I get the list of participants? I did a webinar yesterday and there is no registration of the participants.
Tnx Ray. I got to the reports tab, but I don't have a Webinar tab and no participants tab. There were 16 participants and I can't find a record of them anywhere. Maybe it's because I canceled the waiting room?
First: are you sure it was a Webinar and not a Meeting? And do you still have an active Webinar license?
Whether you did or didn't have Waiting Room enabled wouldn't affect the list of attendees.
If you do find the Webinar tab, after you click the Webinar tab, you click the Attendee Report radio button... then you have you enter the date range or Webinar ID to search for the Webinar, then select the webinar from the list, and click Generate CSV Report.
On the site is defined as a meeting and not a webinar. What is the difference? Do I need to set up a meeting in advance as a webinar? I just coordinated a webinar. At no point was I asked to choose between a meeting and a webinar.
Ah, okay. If you have a Pro License, but you have not also purchased the Webinar add-on... then your session was a Meeting. You might have called it a Webinar to your attendees, but I'm assuming it was really a Zoom Meeting.
I'll spare you the technical description of the difference between the two at this point, but this Zoom Support article will be of some help:
Let's see if this works for you.
I hope that helps!
Most everything you could ever want from Zoom is on their pricing page: https://zoom.us/pricing
There, click Zoom Events & Webinars in the heading:
Then click "Billed Monthly" and see the Zoom Webinars box:
Click the Buy Now button (either one works), and this appears:
If you'll need to accommodate more than 500 attendees, you'll scroll down to see different attendee capacities and their prices. I'll assume 500 is fine for the moment.
I highly recommend setting the Monthly (Auth-Renew) option, if your plan is to start doing them regularly. If you have just a one-time need, select Monthly (One Time) to have your license for only 30 days, and as the name suggests, it does not auto-renew.
Note that the license must be assigned to a specific user -- mostly yourself, but if there are others on the account, they would need their own Webinar license to hold their own Webinars. If you're making money doing webinars, it's not that expensive; if you're running a non-profit, it might seem like a lot of money.
Once you know you're going to be doing a lot of webinars on a regular basis, consider changing your subscription to Annual, which brings the monthly price to $57.50, but is billed for an entire year at $690 (except the first time, they will prorate your subscription up to your next annual anniversary date and bill you for a full year at that time).
Running webinars isn't too much different than running a meeting... but there are important differences to know. Learn as much as you can about webinars before your first event!