Duplicate an event for Zoom Events
This allows event creators to create events quickly and easily without having to go through the entire event creation workflow as they can duplicate events for Zoom Events with just a few clicks. The easiest way to create an event is to duplicate an existing event that is upcoming, draft, or past. No changes are made to the original event information when you create a new event. A duplicate event is automatically adjusted to the current date, time, and session when you duplicate the event, session, or ticket. After you duplicate your event, you can update it with new information or edit it as needed after the duplicate event has been created.
Requirements for duplicating an event for Zoom Events
- Zoom desktop client
- Windows: 5.7.6 or higher
- Mac OS: 5.7.6 or higher
- Mobile Zoom client
- iOS: 5.7.6 or later
- Android: 5.7.6 or higher
- Pro, Business, Enterprise or Education account
- Stripe or PayPal business account is required to create paid events
- Zoom Events License
- Due to a dependency with the Windows Webview package for the Windows platform, Zoom Events version 5.7.6 supports Zoom Events but may result in empty lobby environments for hosts.
- It is highly recommended that hosts upgrade to the latest version of the Zoom desktop client/mobile app to take advantage of the latest Zoom events and webinar features.
How to duplicate an event for Zoom Events
- Attend Zoom events by logging in with your Zoom account.
- Click the Manage button in the top right corner of the page.
- You can browse the Events tab to find an event you want to duplicate by clicking the Upcoming, Drafts, or Past tabs.
- You must click the ellipses to the right of the zoom events you want to edit so that you can make changes.
- Choose Duplicate Event.
Duplicate events can be edited and saved/published using the event creation workflow.
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How to check your duplicate event
In the case of a duplicate event, all previous settings from the original event are carried over to the duplicate event, except for the date and time (which are automatically updated to the current date once the duplicate event is created). To ensure your duplicate event contains accurate and up-to-date information, you should review it to ensure it is correct.
event/series of events
It is necessary to copy all the necessary information from the original event to the new, duplicated event, which contains the following information:
- event card
- event profile
- event options
A duplicate event includes all of the information in the following sections:
- basic information
- conference profile
- Expanded options
Familiarize yourself with duplicating an event
- There is some information and settings that are not duplicated for conference events, including information from tabs such as Branding, Expo, and Tickets.
- Branding in session tab: For your webinar background image, name tag theme, and virtual background theme, you need to create your own branding mark for in-session branding of your webinar.
- Expo tab: On this tab you can manually add information about booths that you have manually added and expo roles that you have manually assigned to the manually added booths. The dates and times of your expo will also need to be adjusted to match what you want for the duplicate event in order for the dates and times to match.
- Tickets tab: Ticket types and pre-registration information must be created/added to create a successful event.
- Duplicating an event also duplicates the special role users associated with that event. In your duplicate event, each member of that role will receive an email notification informing them of their role in it, except for manual roles that you added in the conference event under the Expo tab (e.g. Booth Representative, stall holders, etc. ).
Note: Collaborators receive an email when they are duplicated. Until an event is published, special roles are not notified if they are duplicated.
- Your hub’s visibility settings determine whether you can make an event public or private when you duplicate it. The event is automatically set to private if the hub’s visibility is set to private; it cannot be changed from private to public. You can change an event from private to public (or vice versa) if the hub is public and the event is private.
How to edit an event
It is possible to edit the date/time of the event, the ticket sale period as well as the cancellation policy prior to the sale of a ticket at any time prior to the sale. No changes can be made to a ticket once it has been sold, other than adding new ticket types and editing the event text and images. Private tickets with invitees can be edited after an event is published to include additional invitees.
The host has the right to change the date, time or cancellation policy of an event after it has sold tickets, but no later than five days after the tickets have been sold, the host must cancel the event, refund the tickets purchased and list the event up again.
Please read this article if you want to learn more about editing an event.
frequently asked Questions
How do you add events to Zoom?
Sign up for Zoom Events. Click Create in the top right.
- The basic information about the event should be entered as follows: …
- Under Choose an event type, select Webinar or Meeting.
- Under Choose whether the event is free or paid, select whether this is a free or paid event.
How to organize a Zoom event?
Checklist for the technical team
- Configure settings for meetings and/or webinars. Make sure each session’s settings are clearly defined and enabled – for example, whether Q&A is enabled or whether attendees can chat.
- Practice sessions should be activated.
- Panelists should be invited.
- Dry runs should be planned.
- Live streaming should be set up.
- Create a recording plan.
How are Zoom events different?
Hosts have more control over presentations, attendees, and panelists in webinar events because they can present to a larger audience. Meeting events allow attendees and hosts to interact more and provide more opportunities to interact.
How do Zoom events work?
Attend an event from the Zoom desktop client
On the Meetings tab, click the Meetings button. Select the Upcoming tab in the left sidebar. From your registered events, click on the upcoming Zoom event. Click the Join button.
How many attendees at Zoom events?
How many people can attend Zoom events at the same time? Zoom events capacity tiers are similar to Zoom webinars (including hosts, co-hosts, panelists, and attendees). We can prepare offers for events with more than 10,000 people. Please contact sales for more information.
What are built-in options for Zoom events?
Zoom virtual backgrounds
- Become a member. Public Event List. Join by meeting ID.
- The host. Only screen sharing is allowed. With video on. Without video.
- You can zoom. Zoom support. Community on Zoom.