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I am currently working on the development of an application where I want to implement the ZOOM API. Accordingly, I have started reading the ZOOM API documentation. I have come across many useful things but there is one thing I am unsure about, and I hope you can help me resolve it.
When creating an OUATH 2.0, I chose the option Account-level app, and so I started using the API 🙂
What I noticed is that there is an option called 'alternative_host' that allows a different user to be the host. From what I could understand, to use this option, I need to have a certain user in my 'organization'. Does this mean that when choosing a Business plan for 189.90 EUR, I get the opportunity to invite 10-99 people (users that will create meet with other user on my platform) into my "organization" as hosts?
Welcome to the Zoom Community, @deco20.
Your question really touches both a sales-oriented issue and a developer issue, but I think the approach you're asking about is more of a developer question.
You're more likely to get the help and insight you need by joining and posting on the Developers Forum at https://developers.zoom.us/