About your recording

As a host, you may access the recording by going to Recordings on the Webex site.

As an attendee, you'll receive access to a meeting recording from the host of the meeting. Look for an email from the host with a link to access the recording file. You can also see how you can contact the host of your meeting.


Only the host, or a cohost if the host isn't present, can record a meeting. You cannot record if the recording option is not available. If the cohost records the meeting, the meeting host still receives and owns the recording after the meeting ends.

For more information on how your recordings are saved, see Record a Webex Meeting.


If you subscribe to Webex from your Service Provider and do not see these options, please contact your Provider’s customer support team for more information about the recording options available.

Find your cloud recordings

1

Sign in to your Webex site.

2

Select Recordings from the left navigation bar to see all of your Webex recordings.


 

Depending on file size and bandwidth, it can take up to 24 hours to receive your recording.

Find your local recordings

  • For Windows: Recordings started from within a meeting are accessible from the Documents folder in My Computer.

  • For Mac: Recordings started from within a meeting are accessible from the Home folder using Finder.


These are the default paths for your local recordings, but you can also select a different path to save the recordings.