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Hello, we are a non-profit organizations. Two members have licensed accounts. I am not going to be available in our next meeting. What's the best practices allowing the other licensed member to start and host my meeting? One option might be sharing the host key and allow that member to claim the host. Please suggest. Thanks, Alan.
Hello, thanks for your response. I am not quite clear about the differences between "users" and "accounts". Both my teammate and myself have our own logins, which I assume there are two accounts. Our organization meeting is scheduled in my own account and I need my teammate to manage the meeting. How would it work if I do not want to share the host key? Thanks again!
It's a bit confusing when the same word is being used for the same thing!
In this case, an "account" is something that has billing attached, and is owned at an "organization level". You can have multiple users on an account.
A user can have an independent account, with their own billing, with no other users. It's an account with 1 user.