July 27, 2020, 11:39pm
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?
July 29, 2020, 10:44pm
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.
July 30, 2020, 1:32am
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.
July 31, 2020, 7:04pm
Sorry to hear you are having trouble. I will reply to you in the listed threads.
August 10, 2020, 7:04pm
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