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I know it is possible to log in with the same host ID and create a "recurring meeting" and a regular scheduled meeting, but is it possible to hold these two completely different meetings at the same time?
In a scheduled meeting created with the same host ID, while several people are participating in a meeting with a specified date and time, this assumes a situation where a few other people are also participating in recurring meeting .
During the event, hosts may log in and join for recording purposes, but the Zoom meeting that the host actually joins is
scheduled meetings only.
Licensed users on Business, Education, and Enterprise accounts can host up to 2 meetings at the same time.
For your convenience, I am linking here a page in Japanese about this topic: https://support.zoom.us/hc/ja/articles/206122046-Hosting-concurrent-meetings
Thanks for your advice . Our license is Business one . So it seems we can do it .
What happens if the two meetings are set to be "allow participants to join anytime" under Advenced Options ?
Will those two meetings start without signing in by host ID ?