How to View Attendance Reports After Zoom Meeting Ends

Zoom meetings provide a great way to connect with others, collaborate on projects, and host webinars or events. As a host or co-host, you may want to view a report of who attended your meeting and how long they participated after the meeting has ended.

Zoom offers detailed attendance and participation reports that become available around 30 minutes after your meeting finishes. These reports allow you to see exactly who joined your meeting and how long they attended. You can access these reports directly through the Zoom website.

Prerequisites for Viewing Attendance Reports

Before you can view attendance reports for your meetings, you need:

  • A Zoom account (Basic, Licensed, or Education)
  • Host privileges for the meeting
  • The meeting must have ended

Note: Attendance reports show participation details for meetings that ended within the last 12 months.

Step 1: Log In to the Zoom Website

The first step is to log in to the Zoom Website:

  1. Go to and click Sign In in the top right corner
  2. Enter your Zoom email and password and click Sign In

Step 2: Navigate to Reports > Usage

Next, you need to access the Usage Reports section:

  1. Click on Reports in the left sidebar
  2. Select Usage under the Reports header

Zoom Usage Reports

Step 3: Select Date Range and Search

You can now filter by date range to populate attendance reports for your meetings:

  1. Select the date range for the meeting session you want to get a report for
  2. Click Search to populate your meeting reports

Note: It may take up to 30 minutes after the end of your meeting before the attendance report becomes available.

Zoom Search for Date Range

Step 4: View Attendance Report

Once search results populate, you can view the attendance report for any finished meetings:

  1. Locate your meeting from the list
  2. Click on the blue Participants number to open detailed attendance information

This will show you a list of participants, their join and leave times, and their attendance duration.

Zoom Participants List

Step 5: Export Attendance Report

If you want to save or share the attendance report, you can easily export it:

  1. Check the box for Export with meeting data
  2. Click on Export
  3. The report downloads as a CSV file to your computer

The exported CSV file provides additional meeting details like start/end times, meeting ID, host, topic, and type.

Zoom Export Report

Additional Report Options

Zoom provides additional reporting options to help track meeting participation:

  • Show unique users – Displays each participant only once even if they left and rejoined
  • Registration report – Shows participation details for attendees who registered for the meeting
  • Require authentication – Requires participants to sign in to Zoom to more accurately track attendance with name and email address

Using Zoom reports, tracking meeting attendance and participation is simple. Just log in to your Zoom account, navigate to Usage Reports, select the date range to search, and click the participant number to view all attendance details.