Did you know that you can live stream your Zoom meetings directly to Facebook? It’s a great way to share your message with the world through the friendly interface of Zoom. Facebook is the world’s largest social media platform and it’s a great place to promote your business or next new idea.
How do I enable live streaming with Zoom?
First visit Zoom.US and login to your account. Navigate to Account Management and click on “Account Settings” and scroll down to the In Meeting (Advanced) area. It is here you click “Allow live streaming meetings” and select to enable Facebook, Workplace by Facebook, YouTube and other custom Live Streaming Services?
How do I live stream my Zoom meeting to Facebook?
Live streaming your Zoom meeting to Facebook is easy. In order to live stream on Facebook with Zoom, you will need to have a Facebook account. When you click the “Live on Facebook option” you will have the option to choose where you want to post your live video you can choose to share on your timeline, your friends timeline, in a group of in an event or page you manage. When you are live you will see a “Live” button on the top left hand side of your Zoom meeting. You can stop your live stream using the “more” button by clicking the end live stream button.
That’s it. Live streaming on Facebook is a powerful way to connect with audiences from around the world. You can learn more about the Basics of Live Streaming by downloading our guide at StreamGeeks.us/Basics. We also have an entire course on Facebook live stream that you can take at Udemy.com. Check that out and look into our other back to basics videos available right here on YouTube.
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