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Concurrent meetings and Webinars

JR87
Listener

I currently have a Pro license, and I'm running an upcoming event that will have both concurrent Meetings and concurrent Webinars. I know I need individual licenses for each one that runs concurrently, but I'm trying to figure out if I can simultaneously run a Meeting and a Webinar using the same account/email address, presuming I have the Webinar add-on.  I won't be presenting--just the behind-the-scenes administrator for all of the sessions.  

 

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Ray_Harwood
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Sorry. @JR87  -- one user can only host one event at a time.  If you start another event, you are given the option as shown here:

Ray_Harwood_0-1653074137409.png

At that point, you can either force-end the other meeting, and the new one you wanted to start will start, or you can cancel and allow the other meeting to continue.

 

Are these Meetings and Webinars all related to each other, like separate sessions in a single "big event"?  There's an option: Zoom Events.  It's not for the faint of heart, but it's only $20/month over the Webinar license, and allows you to have a wide range of sessions all in one Event/Conference.  But setting it up is tricky.  If you're going to be doing this a lot, though, it's worth investigating.

 

If you're interested, I'll drop in some additional information. 


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Ray_Harwood
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Sorry. @JR87  -- one user can only host one event at a time.  If you start another event, you are given the option as shown here:

Ray_Harwood_0-1653074137409.png

At that point, you can either force-end the other meeting, and the new one you wanted to start will start, or you can cancel and allow the other meeting to continue.

 

Are these Meetings and Webinars all related to each other, like separate sessions in a single "big event"?  There's an option: Zoom Events.  It's not for the faint of heart, but it's only $20/month over the Webinar license, and allows you to have a wide range of sessions all in one Event/Conference.  But setting it up is tricky.  If you're going to be doing this a lot, though, it's worth investigating.

 

If you're interested, I'll drop in some additional information. 


Ray - "Old Desert Lizard" / GoodClix.com
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Thanks @Ray_Harwood .  Bummer that I can't run a concurrent meeting and webinar, but I get it. We've already committed to a virtual platform that integrates with Zoom, so Zoom Events won't work for us at this point.  

Too bad. Well, the good news is that you can use your Webinar license, and then add one additional user account to your organizational account, and just pay for one month of Pro, then let it ride as a Basic account til you need it again.  I’m a solo one-person event producer, and I’ve got 5 accounts ready to use as needed. 


Ray - "Old Desert Lizard" / GoodClix.com
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