Sure, you could screenshot the participant list, but there are far easier ways to get a list of who was in attendance at your Zoom meeting. We will take a look at two ways to take attendance
Perhaps you want to see a list of those who attend. Zoom Reports offers a robust look at who attended your meeting as well as other details.
Visit Penn State’s Zoom hub and sign in. Then, click on Reports button on the left side of the screen.
Click on Usage Reports and then select the date or date range of your meeting. You will see a list of all meetings held during that time. Clicking on the number in the Participants column will show more details.
You will be able to see what time someone joined, when they left, and the total number of minutes in the meeting. You can also export this information to a CSV file. Keep in mind that you must be the host of the meeting to see this type of data.
Another way to monitor those who are attending your meeting is to require registration. This allows you to gather information as people join the call.
To set it up, create a new meeting. Click the box to require registration.
When a participant clicks on the meeting link, they will need to enter their name, company, and email before proceeding.
Following the meeting, you can access a report showing those who registered for the meeting.