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Want to use the expired link after I let recurring meetings run out

KarenOJ
Listener

I failed to renew my bi-weekly recurring meetings.  It's run out. I intended to watch and renew it. 
 I had distributed those links to my groups.

How do I re-instate those links when I sign up again for these recurring meetings?

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Rupert
Creator

Hi @KarenOJ 

 

You should be able to find the Meeting at https://zoom.us/meeting#/previous and Edit it there. You can adjust or renew the schedule there.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Rupert

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Rupert
Creator

Hi @KarenOJ 

 

You should be able to find the Meeting at https://zoom.us/meeting#/previous and Edit it there. You can adjust or renew the schedule there.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Rupert

Bort
Community Champion

If the meeting has truly expired and no longer available on your account under the Previous meetings tab (as mentioned by @Rupert), you can potentially contact Zoom Support and request they help you recreate the meeting with that specific meeting ID. You would need to create a new meeting with a new ID, then request Zoom swap the new ID for the old ID (if that ID is not in use by someone else already).

I thought I renewed my weekly zoom class but today is was nowhere and is not in previous meeting section. I was able to use the old link and start the meeting luckily. I would like to restore this class and use the link. Thank you