Zoom is the best online meeting app that has gained popularity during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This award-winning app brings online meeting and group messaging functions into one easy-to-use app. Even though Zoom is an Internet-based service, many people cannot join the meeting and there is a message on the screen that says there is an invalid Meeting ID error every time you try to enter the meeting ID.
What causes the Zoom Invalid Meeting ID (3001) error?
If you try to join the session and see an invalid meeting ID error. That means your web meeting ID is invalid or doesn’t exactly match the session you are trying to participate in.
Possible problems causing this error in Zoom include:
- The meeting may have expired
- You may have the wrong meeting ID
- You may have entered your meeting ID incorrectly
- The host (who makes the meeting) ends the meeting
- Internet connection error
Steps to fix Invalid Meeting ID (3001) in Zoom
Invalid meeting ID error (3001) occurs because you may have entered the ID incorrectly in alphabetical order, or the ID has expired. You can try to copy and paste the ID provided. Or use the link to avoid this problem. To test the problem again, try opening the Zoom app again, enter the meeting ID and rejoin. If you still see the same problem then follow the steps below:
Method 1: Clear data and cache
On the home screen, go to Settings.
Scroll down and go to Manage applications or Application management.
Click the Zoom app.
Click Clear Data and Clear Cache.
The final step, reboot the device.
Method 2: Re-launch the Zoom app
Try closing and relaunching Zoom to see if this helps you resolve the invalid Meeting ID error.
Method 3: Contact the organization
If you’re still having trouble joining the meeting it might be due to the meeting ID on the web. Try contacting the person who is hosting this web meeting and asking them to provide you with the correct ID.
We wish you a successful fix!