In this article, we would like to show you how to take attendance in Zoom meetings. It’s pretty easy and reliable. As a result, you can spend more time doing the things that matter and less time tallying the names of your participant.
As all of us know, due to this Covid 19 pandemic, most of us use zoom, as a medium for our corporate meetings and to conduct classes in schools, universities as well as tuition classes. It is really important to most of us to know who was in the meetings and for how long they’ve been in the meeting. So now let’s see how to take attendance in Zoom meetings.
Before going further, please note that this method is a method of taking attendance after the actual meeting. It can sometimes take approximately 60 minutes to generate the reports. So take a rest after your Zoom meeting and follow these steps after 1 hour to take attendance in Zoom from the reports generated.
How to take attendance in zoom meetings
You can follow these steps to access a meeting report and take attendance at your Zoom meeting.
- Sign in to your Zoom Web Portal.
- Now click on Reports on the left.
- Click on Usage on the right.
- Now select the date range underneath the usage and click on Search.
- You’ll see a list of meetings conducted within that range. Now find your meeting in that range and click on the number in the Participants column.
- You’ll see a new window with a list of meeting participants in that Zoom meeting along with the following details.
- The time at which each participant joined the meeting
- At what time they left the meeting
- The total number of minutes they attend the meeting.
- Here please note that if a participant leave and rejoined the meeting, the meeting participant’s report will show multiple instances of the same participant. So if you need to find the number of unique participants in the meeting, check on the Show unique users check box in the top left corner of the screen. Now you will see all the unique visitors in your Zoom meeting and how long they’ve been in your Zoom meeting.
- Now click on Export to export your data as a CSV file. This CSV file can be opened with Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, and Apple Numbers.
- If you are a teacher, then you can open this up and then sync it to your grade book or organize it in alphabetical order for easy reference.
That’s it. Now you know how to take attendance in zoom meetings.
I know, definitely, this will take one less thing off your plate and open more time for you to spend doing something you love.