According to this page from your help center
- A scheduled, non-recurring meeting ID (also known as a one-time meeting ID) will expire 30 days after the scheduled date if the meeting is not recorded. If you restart the same meeting ID within the 30 days, it will remain valid for another 30 days.
but according to this page
- Non-recurring meeting ID will expire 30 days after the meeting is scheduled or started. You can also re-start the same meeting ID within the 30 days.
let’s take a closer look to second statement, “after the meeting is scheduled or started”
what it means started here is not very clear
- does it mean, if meeting scheduled on Oct 30 2020, but started on Oct 1, then it will expire on Oct 31?
- word started used here for instant meeting case, so it doesn’t apply to scheduled meetings
if answer is (1), then will meeting be considered as started even if at least one user alone joins it and be in the room alone for even few seconds?
This is the image for expired scheduled meeting, is it correct? then maybe it should say “Meeting was scheduled for 9/1/2020, now it’s expired”