Here are a few pages I’m either working on (no link) or have available for you (with a link).
Allowing Others to Host Your Meetings
My first comment here is that sharing your Zoom account login credentials with someone else is against Zoom’s Terms of Service, and frankly, you shouldn’t be sharing your account credentials of any account with anyone. Just don’t.
But sometimes you’ve got a scheduled meeting, and you can’t attend but you want the meeting to go on without you. What can you do? There are 4 options.
- Scheduling Privilege – This feature requires the host and the “substitute” to both have Licensed Accounts on the same Organizational Account. The Host authorizes one or more accounts to be able to schedule meeting on its behalf; the delegate can also start any meeting that belongs to the owner, whether scheduled by the delegate, another delegate, or the account owner. (More soon)
- Alternative Host – This feature also requires the host and the “substitute” to both have Licensed Accounts on the same Organizational Account. A meeting owner can designate one or more Alternate Hosts to have privilege to start and host a meeting on behalf of the owner. (More soon)
- Host Key – Anyone can be given your Host Key, and under certain conditions, someone with your Host Key can Join one of your meetings where you are not present and “Claim Host”. Detailed info here…
- No Host Needed – See the bottom section of the Host Key page for information on how to allow a meeting to proceed without you, without needing a Host.