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Repurposing Your Zoom Cloud Recordings

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To use Zoom integration with you will need:

a paid Zoom account (at least Pro account)
to enable Cloud Recording on your Zoom account
record your Zoom Meetings using the “Record to the Cloud” option


Before you can start repurposing your Zoom Recordings you’ll need connect your Zoom account to Repurpose.

Visit the Connections page inside your account
Choose “Zoom (input)” from the dropdown menu
Click “Add Connection”
Enter a name (this can be any name you (e.g. “My Zoom”)
Click Connect
When the Zoom window appears, enter your Zoom login information and click “Sign In”

**Repurposing Your Zoom Recordings**

Once you’ve connected your Zoom account to you can start creating workflows to publish your Zoom recordings to other social media platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and more.

You can choose to publish the entire Zoom Recordings or choose snippets (clips) from each to publish.

Here are the steps to publishing a entire Zoom Recording to a Facebook Page

Visit the Workflows page inside your account
Click “Create a New Repurpose Workflow” button
Give this Workflows a name (e.g. “Zoom to Facebook Page”) and click Next
Choose “Zoom” as the “Input Type” and choose your Zoom Connection “My Zoom” (or whatever you called that connection when you created it) as the “Input Connection” and click Next
Choose “Upload Video” and choose “Full Video” and click Next
Choose your “Facebook Connection” -> Page -> Choose your page from the list (if you haven’t connected Facebook you’ll need to visit your Connections Page and connect Facebook first before it will appear in the list) and click “Create Repurpose Workflow”
Click “View Videos” next to the workflow you just created to see a list of all your Zoom recordings in the past 2 years.
Choose a recording and click the “Publish” button

The above is an example of how to publish your entire Zoom Recordings to Facebook.

You can choose a different destination in Step 6 above including YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, DropBox, Google Drive, and Binge (you’ll need to add them as a Connections before they appear in the list)


Here are the steps to uninstall the Zoom Add-on:

Login to your Zoom Account
Visit the Zoom App Marketplace
Click “Uninstall” next to the app

You’ll also need to log into your account and do the following:

Delete all workflows that use your Zoom connection

Delete the Zoom Connection from the Connections page

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Updated on: 24/10/2023

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