How To Live Stream A Zoom Meeting To Facebook


You can now stream your Zoom calls direct to your Facebook Group and Page with the $14.99 Zoom Pro plan.

One of the great benefits of streaming live to your Group is that you don’t need to fluff around processing and uploading the call recording after the session is finished. I save at least 30-minutes because of this.

Here are the step by step instructions.

Step 1:

Log in to Zoom from your browser and click ‘Settings’, then “In Meeting Advanced”.

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Step 2:

Scroll right down until you see “Allow live streaming the meetings” and slide the button over to the right.

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Step 3:

Start a new Zoom meeting and then click on the “More” menu as seen below. In the ‘drop up’ menu click on “Live on Facebook”.

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Step 4:

Zoom will guide you through the next steps of connecting your Facebook account.

Job done!

Initially I had an issue with Step 2 in that the “Allow live streaming the meetings” button would not turn on. Zoom support asked me to clear my cookies and try again, this worked! 🙌🏼

So if you have any difficulties contact Zoom, they are really helpful.

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