How to customize the disclaimer for recording consent in the Zoom app

A recording consent disclaimer is a clause in the disclaimer that requires attendees of a meeting or webinar to consent to the recording of their attendance. Whenever a recording is started or if a recording has already started, the participants will receive a notification that the recording is about to start. The participant has the option to remain in the session or leave it if they do not wish to remain in it. At the end of the session, an attendance list can be generated by the host, showing those participants who have given their consent.

Depending on the account type, some recording notification settings may be changed. Find out how to change recording notification settings by visiting the link below.

Aside from recording consent disclaimers for their users, admins can also set up custom disclaimers that appear when a user starts, joins, or logs in to a meeting or webinar. Check out how to create custom disclaimers for your registration process, meetings and webinars.

The following topics are covered in this article:

  • How to customize the disclaimer for admission consent
  • How to view participant consent reports

Prerequisites for the adjustment of the disclaimer for the admission consent

  • Accounts with 100 or more licenses including business, education, API, and enterprise accounts
  • The account owner or admin should have the following permissions:

How to customize the disclaimer for admission consent

A recording disclaimer can be customized by the account owner and admin at the account and group level. A user cannot customize the recordings disclaimer at the account or group level, they only have the ability to enable or disable the recordings disclaimer, unless locked out by an administrator at either level.

Note: It is possible to disable the recording consent disclaimer for internal users in Enterprise, API, Education, or Business accounts with 100 or more licenses if you have an Enterprise, API, Education, or Business account have. This allows you to customize the settings for recording notifications to suit your needs.

  1. If you’re the owner or admin of an account with permission to edit account or group settings, sign in to the Zoom web portal.
  2. You can find the Account Settings page or the Group Management page on the Account Settings page.
  3. You can find the Recording tab on the left side of the screen.
  4. In the Recording Notes – Zoom Clients section, you will find a link that says “Scroll Down”.
  5. Selecting Customize Disclaimer is the next option in the drop-down menu under the Show participant disclaimer when a recording starts option.
  6. At the top right of the screen, select the language you want to use for the disclaimer.
  7. If you want, you can add more body text and add a link to your article.
    You’ll see a preview of your custom text below the default text once you’ve entered it.
  8. Save the changes by clicking the Save button.

Additionally, admins have the ability to enable and customize a disclaimer that hosts see when a recording begins. The above steps must be repeated so that the host is asked for confirmation before starting the recording.

How to view participant consent reports

  1. To access Zoom’s web portal, you must first log in.
  2. Click Account Management in the navigation menu, and then click Reports in the report list.
  3. Depending on which report you are looking for, you can choose between usage and active hosts. You can access this information according to your account access level.
  4. In the Attendees column, you can see a summary of the number of attendees for each meeting once you have entered the criteria to create a meeting list.
    A “Recording Consent” column will appear at the bottom of the pop-up, indicating whether or not the participant has accepted the disclaimer.

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frequently asked Questions

You can change your account settings by clicking Account Management in the navigation pane. Switch to the Meetings tab. When starting or joining a meeting, make sure “Show custom disclaimer” is checked in “In Meeting (enhanced)”. Click the toggle to enable the setting if it’s disabled.

How to change recording notifications for your own use

  1. Navigate to the Settings section.
  2. On the Recording tab, click the Recording button.
  3. Scroll down to view recording notifications for Zoom clients.
  4. You can show a disclaimer to either all attendees or just guests when a recording starts.

Zoom meetings can of course be recorded by participants/participants. Meetings can even be recorded without permission.


  1. You can access the Zoom web portal by logging in.
  2. Click Recordings in the navigation menu.
  3. On the Cloud Recordings tab, click the Cloud Recordings button.
  4. Select the desired recording by clicking on its name.
  5. Just click the share button.
  6. In the Share this cloud recording pop-up window, click the Only authenticated users can view toggle button under Share this cloud recording.

The text can be edited by clicking the pencil icon to the right of the text block and then clicking inside the text block. After making your changes, click Save. You can now edit the next block of text in your transcript/subtitle file.

If a recording starts after you’ve already joined the meeting, a message will appear: “You consent to the recording by joining the meeting. Do you want to continue?” In both cases, you can tap Next if you want to agree to the recording.


  1. On your Android device, tap More while hosting a Zoom meeting.
  2. Press the record button. Recording will now appear on your screen.
  3. Tap More again to pause or stop recording.
  4. You can stop or pause by pressing any of the buttons.

With Mobizen you can easily record your zoom screen in HD 1080p with simple steps on Android platform. It is also possible to record Zoom meetings without permission on your Android phone if it comes with a built-in screen recorder.

On Android, how to record Zoom meeting without permission

  1. The first step is to install the Mobizen screen recorder app on your Android device.
  2. You can skip the one-month trial after the app is installed.
  3. You can record by tapping the circle.
  4. All dialog should be allowed, so make some adjustments and get started.

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