Where to Find Zoom Recordings

Zoom recordings are a valuable resource for anyone who needs to revisit a meeting or share it with others. Knowing where to find these recordings can save you time and frustration. Let's dive in!


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Zoom recordings are a valuable resource for anyone who needs to revisit a meeting or share it with others. Knowing where to find these recordings can save you time and frustration. Let's dive in!

Cloud Recording

One place where Zoom recordings can be found is in the cloud. Cloud recording is the default option in Zoom, and it allows users to record their meetings to the Zoom cloud. You can access these recordings by going to the Zoom web portal and clicking on “Recordings.”

Local Recording

Zoom also allows users to record meetings locally. This means that the recording is saved to the computer or device of the person who recorded the meeting. To find local recordings, you can navigate to the folder where the recording was saved.

Shared Folders

If someone has shared a Zoom recording with you, it will typically be located in a shared folder. The shared folder could be on a cloud storage service like Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive. Alternatively, it could be on a shared network drive.


Another place to find Zoom recordings is in your email. Zoom will send an email to the meeting host when a cloud recording is available. The email will contain a link to the recording, which can be accessed by clicking on the link.

Zoom App

If you have the Zoom app installed on your computer or device, you can access your Zoom recordings directly from the app. To do this, simply open the app and navigate to the “Recordings” tab.


If you use a learning management system (LMS) or content management system (CMS) to manage your classes or courses, Zoom recordings may be stored there. Check with your LMS or CMS administrator to find out where recordings are stored.

External Storage Devices

Some people prefer to store Zoom recordings on external storage devices like USB drives or external hard drives. If you are trying to find a recording that was saved to an external storage device, you will need to locate the device and navigate to the appropriate folder.

Zoom Phone

If you have a Zoom Phone license, you can access recordings of your phone calls from the Zoom Phone web portal. To access these recordings, log in to the Zoom Phone web portal and click on “Recordings.”

Zoom Webinars

If you have hosted a Zoom webinar, recordings will be stored in a different location than regular Zoom recordings. To find your Zoom webinar recordings, navigate to the Zoom web portal and click on “Webinars.”


If you have opted to automatically post your Zoom recording to YouTube, you can find the recording on your YouTube channel.

Integration with Other Apps

Zoom can be integrated with other apps like Slack, Trello, and Asana. If you have integrated Zoom with one of these apps, recordings may be stored in the integrated app.


Zoom recordings are an essential resource for many people, and knowing where to find them can save time and reduce stress. Whether you’re looking for a cloud recording, local recording, or a recording stored in an integrated app, you should now have a better understanding of where to find your Zoom recordings. Happy hunting!

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