Both report function and dashboard function will be one year.
The output is in units of one month.
Frequently Asked Question
There are two types of storage available: Cloud storage for 2 years and local storage for 1 year, both of which are default settings. As owner of an account or administrator of an account, you are able to change the length of time for which your chat storage is stored in your account settings so that all users of the account are able to benefit from the changes you have made.
You can track the usage of Zoom meetings by looking at the meeting history. With the help of this application, you will be able to keep track of all the meetings that you are hosting or attending so that you can stay in control of things. It is possible to view in-depth historical data about the use of Zoom by your company through dashboards and reports depending on your account type and user type.
A list of all past meetings can be found under the Previous heading. The meeting list will display the meetings that took place within the last 30 days. You are able to select start to start the meeting or edit to make changes to the settings after you have entered the date, time, topic, and Meeting ID.
Use a web browser to sign in to Zoom. In the left hand navigation menu, click on Reports (A) and then on Usage (B) to access the usage reports. The meeting dates specified in the question can be found by entering them in the search box (C) and clicking the search button. If you click on the blue number next to the name of the meeting, you will be able to pull up a report for any meeting whose participants are listed in blue (D).
Normally, if this field is blank, it means that the user has not logged in to Zoom yet since they haven’t logged in yet, so it is likely that they have not logged in yet. Assigning a time to the user’s participation in the meeting, we call it his or her “Join Time”. The user’s leave time is the time when he or she left the meeting at the end. The number of minutes a user spends in the meeting is rounded up to the nearest whole number to represent how long the meeting was, to indicate how long it took the user to complete the task.