I am using the following endpoint to retrieve meeting list and I expect to see a field like registrant_count.
However, since I can’t see this information in the meeting list, I am making separate calls to /meetings/:meetingId/registrants for each meeting in this the previous data set.
Is there a way to get how many registrants a meeting has without making a separate call to to another endpoint for each meeting?
What am I missing?
You will need to call the
Get Registrants API and the Get Participant report or Participant Joined Webhook and map the results on the user_email or id to see the past meeting registrant total.
Sure, I’ve been playing with all of these endpoints for the last couple days. Actually my question was about getting the registrant count as a single field in a data set in the meeting list in the requested date range. But now as I understand Zoom API better and its really “amazing” structure, and I know this is not a question to be answered. I am asking for the impossible from Zoom system.
Actually I even hijacked two other questions to get an answer for a semi-related question, “finding participants of an occurrence of a meeting to match the registrants vs participants” question. You are also in all these threads in case you could have time to revisit. Other than that, I almost gave up already.
Hi. Sorry for joining the thread with a question but this is exactly the question I have except it is for meeting in my question.
@michael.harrington - you said:
Can you explain where is that UUID value that I am sure @ChrissyC was also looking? Occurrence data in Get Webinar (or meeting in my case) API contains the following info only. Yes, there is an occurrence_id but it is nothing other than a timestamp and means only something with the meeting ID. But there is no endpoint that we can use…
@john3 / @tommy
I am fighting with the same thing for the last couple hours, and I still can’t see how you can match meeting participants with the meeting registrants.
Ok, /meetings/:meetingId returns occurrence_id with the parameter (thanks to @tommy in my own thread about this), but there is no relation with (meetingID & occurrence_id) pair with the participant data returned by using meetingUuid.
This meeting has 6 occurrences and occurrence record has only the following fields - nothin…
To make sure not sending further questions in this topic, I will explain what/how I am doing and then my final problem.
1- First I get the list of meetings in the requested date range:
So I have Meeting UUID for each meeting instance for all the meetings in this date range.
2- By using the meetingID, I get the meeting registrants:
3- Then I get the participants for each meeting …
Thanks again for helping.
Sorry to hear you are having trouble. I will reply to you in the listed threads.
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