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Changing ad hoc or automatic call recording settings Follow

Admins can enable or disable ad hoc or automatic call recording at the account, site, or phone user level.

  • Ad hoc recording: The extension can record calls using in-call controls. If disabled, they can still access existing call recordings.
  • Auto recording: Zoom Phone calls are automatically recorded. You can customize an audio prompt to notify parties that the call will be recorded.

Notes:

This article covers:

Prerequisites

  • Pro, Business, or Education account
  • Account owner or admin privileges
  • Zoom Phone license

How to enable or disable ad hoc or automatic call recording

Note:

  • If you have multiple sites enabled, you can change these settings at the site level. If you have multiple sites disabled, you can change these settings at the account level.
  • You can also enable automatic call recording for call queues.
  1. Access policy settings at the account, site, or phone user level.
  2. Click the Automatic Call Recording or Ad Hoc Call Recording toggles to enable or disable it for the associated account, site, or phone user.
  3. Follow the next section to change the recording settings.

Ad hoc or automatic call recording settings

After enabling Automatic Call Recording or Ad Hoc Call Recording, you can customize these settings:

  • Recording calls of (only available if enabling automatic call recording for phone users or call queues): Specify to record inbound calls, outbound calls, or both.
  • Allow call recording transcription: Allow Zoom to transcribe the call recording. You can view transcription when playing back recordings. Phone users can view transcriptions in the desktop client or mobile app. Phone users can only view transcriptions for automatic recordings if they have access to automatic recordings.
  • Play a prompt to call participants when the recording has started: Play a disclaimer prompt warning call participants that the call will be recorded. Select the default prompt, or click Audio Library to select, record, or upload custom audio.
    Note: The initial prompt is played when the call recording starts. If a call participant joins the call after this prompt is played, they will not hear the prompt. For example, if you add a person to the call, or another phone user monitors the call after the prompt has played, they will not hear the prompt.
    • Press 1 to provide consent to be recorded: Play a prompt after the initial prompt that requires callers press 1 to explicitly provide consent to be recorded. This prompt will play 2 times. If the caller doesn't press 1 after the second prompt, they are advised that by continuing to stay on the call, they are providing their consent to be recorded. The associated call logs will indicate that consent was passive instead of active.
      Note: This setting is only available at the account level (multiple sites disabled) or site level (multiple sites enabled).