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Co-Hosts

Allows someone else to manage the administrative side of the meeting, such as muting participants or starting/stopping the recording.

  • Co-hosts should be assigned during the meeting.
  • There is no limitation on the number of co-hosts you can have in a meeting.
  • Co-host will automatically be the host if the host gets disconnected.

Co-hosts do not have access to the following controls as they are only available as host controls in a meeting:

  • Start closed captioning and assign someone or a third-party to provide closed captioning
  • Start live streaming
  • End meeting for all participants
  • Make another participant a co-host
  • Start breakout rooms or move participants from one breakout room to another
  • Start waiting room (co-hosts can place participants in waiting room or admit/remove participants from the waiting room)

Co-hosts also cannot start a meeting. If a host needs someone else to be able to start the meeting, they can assign an alternative host

Alternative host

Allows you to schedule meetings and designate another NUS Zoom Licensed user to start the meeting if Host who schedule is not able to start the meeting.

  • There is no need to schedule someone who will be Co-Host as Alternative Host. Make them co-hosts in the meeting.
  • Alternative Host will need to have a NUS Zoom Licensed account.
  • Alternative Host will receive an email notifying them that they've been added as an Alternative Host, with a link to start the meeting.
  • Alternative Host will need to use the Start Meeting button/link in the email.
  • Alternative Host does not have access to Polling feature.
  • When the Alternative Host starts the meeting:

    • If the Host who schedule is not in the meeting yet, the Alternative Host will be the HOST for the meeting.
    • If the Host who schedule is in the Meeting, the Alternative Host will be Co-Host. Since the Host who schedule is already in the meeting.
    • If the Host who schedule joins in halfway, the Host who schedule will takeover as HOST.

Scheduling privilege 

Designed to be used when someone else will do the scheduling; like an Executive Admin, Event Scheduler or Secretarial Duties:

  • The Meeting HOST should first assign or grant Scheduler permission to schedule meetings.
  • Scheduler to create new meeting on behalf of Meeting HOST.
  • The Meeting HOST will not have access to Polling feature. 

     How to use scheduling privileges

    Both you and your colleague should have a NUS Zoom Licensed account first.

    Your colleague should sign in to https://nus-sg.zoom.us and grant you you scheduling privileges for their Zoom Licensed Account.

    Pass the information below to your colleague.:
    1. Click Settings.
    2. Under Other, click the + next to Assign scheduling privilege to.
    3. Enter one or more email addresses in the window, separated with a comma.
    4. Click Assign.


    The next time you schedule a meeting, you will see a new option called "Schedule For" with a pull-down option with your colleague's name.

FAQ

  1. Can Alternative Host start Breakout Room?
    If Alternative Host is the HOST of the session, the HOST of the session can start Breakout Room.

  2. Can Alternative Host Enable/Disable Waiting Room, Make Co-Host, Edit Chat Settings...
    If Alternative Host is the HOST of the session, the HOST of the session have access to all controls except for Polling.

  3. Can Alternative Host launch a Poll?
    No one else can launch a poll except for the Host who schedule.



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    Scheduling Privilege
    Co-Host