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My account has two webinar licenses. I need to upgrade one to accommodate more participants, but I want to leave the other at the lower level. I can't figure out how to do this through the billing page in Zoom. Any advice?
Hey, @timlonggr –
So you have two Webinar add-ons at the nominal 500 attended level, and each one is assigned to a different user. Now, you want one of those users to have a larger Webinar license.
I thought I had an answer for you, but looks like what I thought was wrong. I can’t find a definitive Zoom Support article on the process, and the Zoom Events license I have just has a check mark next to it. I’ll continue looking to see if I find something.
In the meantime, try having your Admin go to Admin / User Management / Users, and click Edit next to the user you want to upgrade. see if there is something there next to the signed Webinar add-on you can click to upgrade one license to the level you need.
Well, if you can get to this page from your Admin / Account Management / Billing page, I think you just change the numbers in each quantity group:
If that’s not possible – I’m still stumped. Sorry!
I'd love to help you more directly, but us volunteers in the Zoom Community don’t have access to account information or ability to make changes to accounts. I recommend submitting a Support Ticket to Zoom staff at:
As I've said on occasion... if they can't help you, we're all in trouble! 😁