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2 Comments on How to Record a Podcast Interview with Zoom.

  1. Thanks for the tutorial Tosha.
    I use Zoom for my meetings and I used to schedule a meeting with a link, but then I just started sharing my link instead. You can also setup a recurring meeting with the same link, so if you have a meeting with a client every tuesday at 6pm, just set it up and they just hop on with the same link each time.

    You have a great podcasting voice by the way.

    • You are very welcome! Thank you for the compliment. 🙂

      You are absolutely right you can schedule a recurring meeting using the same link. However, if you are on the free plan and use the schedule a meeting feature, it will literally end the meeting after 40 minutes. If you don’t want this to happen, then you can’t use that feature. I learned this the hard way. I was recently interviewed by another podcast team and our interview ended exactly at the 40-minute mark. So the only way I know around this if you are using the free plan is to provide the link to your guests and not use the schedule a meeting feature. I’m hoping this changes, but I highly doubt it since this is a free plan. Hope this makes sense! Thanks for your comment! 🙂

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