A Meeting ID is generated every time you schedule a meeting. Calendar invitations automatically include join instructions if the meeting is exported to your calendar.
Note: It will not be possible to edit a meeting while it is in progress. Changes can only be implemented after the meeting has been ended and restarted.
How to understand Meeting ID
Scheduled meetings are identified by meeting IDs. The invitation text for every Zoom meeting includes a unique meeting ID.
The following information is important regarding Meeting IDs:
After scheduling your meeting, you can begin it at any time.
There is a 30-day expiration date for non-recurring meeting IDs, not on the date the meeting was originally scheduled, but after the date on which it was originally scheduled. A meeting ID can also be restarted within 30 days if it hasn’t been used previously.
When a recurring meeting is started for the last time, the ID expires 365 days after the last instance of the meeting. The meeting ID can be used for future meetings.
How to reschedule a Zoom Meeting
You can easily reschedule a meeting on your calendar by updating your schedule.
Meetings that are rescheduled for more than 30 days will not require an update on the Zoom scheduler.
How to add or delete invitation attendees
Calendar entries (To: or Add Guests) are used for adding and deleting attendees.
Zoom scheduler does not need to be updated.
How to edit your scheduled meeting on the Zoom client
Find the meeting under Meetings, Upcoming, click Edit, then select it.
As long as it is available for editing, you can update the meeting time, although this is not mandatory.