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find my recording


I was invited to a meeting. I was made the host. I recorded the meeting and clearly heard that the meeting was recorded and heard when when is topped recording the meeting. I never saw that the recording was being converted or saved.  Nor did it ask me to do anything. Where is it?


Community Champion | Zoom Employee
Community Champion | Zoom Employee



If you were not the original scheduling host of the meeting, the meeting would be likely saved to the original hosts Zoom cloud.


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Interestingly, I had the same problem happen this week. Looking to see community feedback for solution.

Community Champion | Zoom Employee
Community Champion | Zoom Employee

Yes @ICFF2020 @Barbara4 , I agree that if the meeting was scheduled by someone else the recording, if it was a cloud recording, would be tied back to the host's account. They will need to sign into the Zoom web portal to find the recording and share the recording if the desire. 


If you make a local recording, that would show up on your own computer.  This support article shows where the local recordings are normally stored


You can also sign into your Zoom client, go into the Settings, and see the exact path under the "Recording" tab



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Community Champion | Zoom Employee
Community Champion | Zoom Employee

Hello - if the host made you co-host and recorded the session, the host will get the recorded meeting. They will be able to locate it by visiting their Zoom portal.


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Gregg Glowinski