What Are Zoom Cloud Meetings?

The advent of Virtual Meeting Apps helps people in various locations converge in one room at their convenience. The biggest of them all, with a market share of 55%, is Zoom. Some of the distinguishing features of the Zoom software are its simple User Interface (UI) design, its Sharp Video Quality, and its Massive Cloud Recording Storage.

This article aims to do a rundown of the ins and outs of the Zoom Cloud from its mode of operation to its limitations. It would also cover some of the common issues experienced when using the Cloud and how they can be straightened out. You’re in for an exciting read.

How The Zoom Meeting Cloud Work

First up, What is the Zoom Meeting Cloud?

It is a platform that helps users to keep records of the video, audio, and chat aspects of their meetings for future reference.

This feature can be accessed on IOS, Android, and PC devices. Users can either download the files from the cloud to their devices for offline use or stream them on the Zoom Web Portal.

The Recording layout which refers to the screen view of the Recorded meeting can be altered by the Host. There are 3 in number: Active Speaker, Gallery View, and Shared Screen.

A user can only get access to a cloud record after doubling its duration. For instance, if a virtual meeting was recorded for 2 hours, it cannot be watched until 4 hours after the recording ended.

Depending on the settings, Zoom will notify the host via email once the recording is ready for viewing. The mail will contain 2 links, one for the host to manage the recording and the other for sharing with the participants for viewing.