How To Allow Removed Participants On Zoom

Zoom serves as a well-known platform for video conferencing, enabling users to engage with others from distant locations. Nevertheless, there are instances when attendees might be ejected from a meeting for several reasons. In this piece, we aim to explore the methodology for re-admitting participants who have been expelled from a Zoom meeting.

Step 1: Open the Zoom App

To begin, open the Zoom app on your device. You can download the app from the official website or from the app store if you haven’t already done so.

Step 2: Join a Meeting

Once you have opened the Zoom app, join a meeting by clicking on the “Join” button. Enter the meeting ID and password provided by the host to join the meeting.

Step 3: Allow Removed Participants

If you are the host of the meeting, you can allow removed participants back into the meeting by clicking on the “Participants” button at the bottom of the screen. From there, click on the “Allow to Rejoin” button next to the name of the participant who was removed.

Step 4: Confirm Allowance

Once you have clicked on the “Allow to Rejoin” button, a pop-up window will appear asking for confirmation. Click on the “Allow” button to allow the participant back into the meeting.

Step 5: Wait for Participant to Rejoin

After allowing the removed participant to rejoin, they will receive a notification that they have been allowed back into the meeting. They can then click on the link provided in the notification to join the meeting again.


Allowing removed participants back into a Zoom meeting is a simple process that can be done by the host of the meeting. By following the steps outlined above, you can easily allow removed participants back into your Zoom meeting and continue with your conversation or presentation.