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I did the "link master-sub" step in the below link and we now have an organization together. However the article talks about items under "more settings" that are not there. All I have under "more settings" is
I will double check to be sure. My real goal is to allow an alternate host to a recurring meeting. My friend has a paid Zoom account, just like I do. The fact I cannot easily make another paid user an alternate host seems rather arbitrary to me, as if someone dreamed up a restriction for some strange (revenue?) reason......Will double check and advise.
You've linked the organizations, but are your two accounts in a master/sub-configuration? The master account would have a Sub Accounts option under the Account Management section of the web portal:
I don't doubt that, but as I mentioned before, I have followed the directions very carefully, despite their complexity to do what should be a very simple thing (i.e. let someone else host your meeting). The provided Zoom instructions did not work. What to do now?
Unfortunately, since you are not in such an account configuration, this option is unavailable for you to use. The instructions provided would work if you had that account type, but the final steps are not visible when you don't meet the prerequisites.
Since you and your colleague are not on the same account, most direct options are unavailable to you, but you might check out my suggestion provided on this post: Alternative Host