Zoom Reporting Dashboard Setting

What is a Zoom Reporting dashboard?

Using the Zoom dashboard, account managers can view information about their overall usage and data during ongoing meetings. You can use this data to analyze issues that may have occurred and to see how users are meeting in-house.


At the beginning

First Click on Account Management then Click on Dashboard

When the account dashboard is displayed, you can view the following information about your account:


 Understand Dashboard Tab

The dashboard page allows you to view a wide range of statistics on the usage of the entire page. All data on the dashboard page can be filtered by date by selecting the Period.


Top 10 users

You will see the top 10 users who use the meeting most often.

You can also check overall usage based on meetings, meeting times (minutes), messages, IM, incoming messages and participants.


Top 10 locations

You can also use rankings to check location information from where participants are joining meetings.

Finally, the main dashboard page shows the percentage and number of devices used to connect to Zoom meetings hosted by users in your account. [ Export the details to CSV to select, you can export the user’s device information that are under your account.


Understanding the Zoom Meeting Tab

What you can see in the Meetings section.

  • Total number of meetings live
  • Number of meetings held in the past and details information
    Past meetings can be exported to a CSV file.
  • Information such as whether audio, video, screen sharing, and recording were also used in the meeting
  • Type of license for each user of account

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Live Meeting


Meetings held in the past


Selecting any meeting ID will display the details of the meeting being held.
This information includes where the user is connecting and network quality information.
If the host is currently logged in and participating in the meeting, the manager can join the meeting as a co-host by clicking the Join As Assistant button.

You can customize the items displayed on the dashboard. The items that can be displayed are

・ Meeting ID

Topic-Meeting Title

Host-Meeting Organizer

  • Email-User’s email address
  • User type-Basic (free), Professional (paid) distinction
  • Start time-start time of the meeting
  • Participant-Number of participants

Data Center-Zoom Which data center do you use?


VoIP-If marked, use earphone, microphone, and speaker


Third-party voice

Video-If the video is marked, the video is on

Screen sharing-If the mark is displayed, the user who performed screen sharing is displayed

Recording-If the mark is on, use the recording function



Encryption-If marked, encrypt and use the meeting


Meeting report for any live meeting


Report on any live meeting participants

You can provide more detailed information about the connection status.
View the current send and receive rates for different parts of the call.

A real-time graph showing the connection quality for sending and receiving video, audio and shared content is displayed.

If nothing is sent or received at that time, no information is displayed. The following is captured in the dashboard:

Report Content

  • Bit rate -The number of bits per second that can be transmitted on the digital network
  • Latency – the time of such Ichitori to move from one point to another. With Zoom, audio, video, or screens share packets.
  • Jitter- delay variation of a received packet
  • Average Loss Rate- Average amount of packet loss, ie the percentage of packets that could not arrive at the destination
  • Maximum Loss Rate -Maximum Packet Loss Amount, ie the maximum percentage of packets that could not arrive at the destination


Understanding Zoom Rooms Tab

What can be checked in the [ Zoom Rooms ] section of the dashboard?

  • Room setting type
  • Passcodes
    More importantly,
  • Being able to confirm whether other users can use it for a meeting
  •  Zoom Rooms Health Status Notifications  If you are enabled,
    the current status is displayed next to the warning icon], you can see the problem for each Zoom Rooms.


CRC (H.323 / SIP) Tab in Zoom 

What can be checked in the [CRC] section of the Zoom dashboard?

  • Check the total number of CRC ports used in your account
  • Display the maximum number of simultaneous ports being used at
    that time The total shows the total H.323 / SIP connections at that time.



Understanding Webinar Tab in Zoom

Webinars Can be found in the [ Webinars ] section.

It is the same as a meeting.
The same information as for the meeting participants is also displayed in the webinar‘s panelist.
However, the webinar details show a list of read-only attendees who participated in the webinar.

IM Tab

In the IM section, you can check which user sent and received files and images in IM.

Downloads Tab

In the Download section, you can check the download history information.

Zoom Phone Tab

In this section, you can check the overall quality of the Zoom phone cell. Which will be depended on Mean Opinion Score (MOS)

Frequently Asked Questions


Using the Zoom web portal, log in as an admin with the permission to edit your account’s settings. Go to Account Management and click Account Settings from the navigation bar. Select the Meetings tab from the list of tabs. To enable or disable the Report to Zoom feature in In Meeting (Advanced), click the toggle next to Report to Zoom.
This article describes how to access reports for your Zoom account. Visit the Zoom web portal and login to your account. Click Account Management then click Reports to open the Usage Reports menu item in your browser. If you are an account owner, administrator, or have a role with access to Usage Reports, click Account Management then click Reports.
In this case, the Zoom Trust and Safety team is automatically notified of the incident and will review whether the platform was abused and if necessary, block the user. The report button can also be used to report abuse of Zoom that happened outside of Zoom meetings, webinars, or events, but is related to Zoom.
By using the meeting controls, you can access statistics.
  1. 1. Open Zoom on your computer and log in.
  2. Once you are logged in, you can start a meeting or join an existing one.
  3. You need to click the upward arrow to the right of the Start Video / Stop Video option in the meeting controls.
  4. Select Video Settings from the menu that appears.
  5. You will see the stats from the meeting.
On the dashboard, you can see the status of Zoom meetings in real-time. Logging into your account and clicking Account Management will bring you to the Dashboard, which can be found on the right side of the screen after you’ve logged in.
Click here to access the attendance report.
  1. Please log into your Zoom account. https://ucsb.zoom.us.
  2. Select the report you wish to view. From the left hand sidebar, select Reports.
  3. From the report, select Usage. The list of past meeting participants will appear when you select Usage.
  4. Adjust Meeting Date Range. …
  5. Participants List. …
  6. View/Export Meeting Participants.
Zoom users can access usage reports that will show them how many people attended a meeting and who they were.
 The usage report shows how many people attended the meeting. Click on that number if you want to see the names of the people who joined your meeting.
When this field is blank, the user is not logged in to Zoom. When joining a meeting, the time the user joined the meeting will be shown. When leaving a meeting, the time the user left the meeting will be shown. The meeting duration is a number of minutes, rounded up to a whole number, indicating how long the user was present in the meeting.
A registration report will be deleted along with the ID, but a polling report will remain available for up to 12 months. In a similar fashion, if you delete a meeting from your Meetings list in the web portal, you will not be able to generate reports for that meeting
Simply click on the Reports link in the navigation menu. It is necessary to select Account Management, then Reports, if you are an account owner or an admin as well as have access to the Usage Report role. Then click Webinar. From the search results, choose the type of report you are looking for.
You can access the Zoom portal through the Zoom web browser. Click Account Management from the navigation bar and then click Reports. Select User Activity Reports from the drop-down menu. Select Operation Logs from the drop-down menu.