Zoom users with a Webinar Plan have access to creating and managing Webinars. Webinar allows a host to broadcast a Zoom meeting to up to 10,000 attendees.
Use this API to get details of a scheduled webinar.
Rate Limit Label:
- Pro or higher plan with a Webinar Add-on.
HTTP Status Code:
Unique Webinar ID. Each Webinar instance will generate its own Webinar UUID (i.e., after a Webinar ends, a new UUID will be generated for the next instance of the Webinar). You can retrieve a list of UUIDs from past Webinar instances using this API. Please double encode your UUID when using it for API calls if the UUID begins with a '/'or contains ‘//’ in it.
Webinar ID in “long” format(represented as int64 data type in JSON), also known as the webinar number.
ID of the user set as host of webinar.
Email address of the meeting host.
5 - Webinar.
6 - Recurring webinar with no fixed time.
9 - Recurring webinar with a fixed time.
Webinar start time in GMT/UTC.
Time zone to format start_time.
The expiration time for the
start_url field listed in the response of Create a Webinar API is two hours for all regular users.
For users created using the
custCreate option via the Create Users API, the expiration time of the
start_url field is 90 days.
For security reasons, to retrieve the latest value for the
start_url field programmatically (after expiry), you must call the Retrieve a Webinar API and refer to the value of the
start_url field in the response.
URL to join the Webinar. This URL should only be shared with the users who should be invited to the Webinar.
Array of occurrence objects.
Recurrence object. Use this object only for a webinar of type
9 i.e., a recurring webinar with fixed time.
If “Require a passcode when scheduling new meetings” setting has been enabled and locked for the user, the passcode field will be autogenerated for the Webinar in the response even if it is not provided in the API request.
Note: If the account owner or the admin has configured minimum passcode requirement settings, the passcode value provided here must meet those requirements.
If the requirements are enabled, you can view those requirements by calling either the Get User Settings API or the Get Account Settings API.