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I have a Pro account with 2 licensed users.
I can schedule multiple meetings for the same date & time with no problems. Just now I scheduled 4 concurrent meetings and there are no warnings, Zoom allows it.
However, according to the help page on concurrent meetings (https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206122046-Can-I-host-concurrent-meetings) I will only be allowed to host 1 of these meetings.
Why does Zoom allow me to schedule multiple concurrent meetings if I am not allowed to host them?
@Bort tagging you because your answers are the clearest!
@Jenwith tagging you because your question was the closest to mine AND very well-explained.
In your situation, you are on a Pro account with 2 licensed users. This means each of your users can host a maximum of 1 meeting each, so overall 2 meetings concurrently for your account overall.
Unfortunately, Zoom does allow you to schedule more than you are allowed to host, without any warnings. Others have also expressed interest in such a such a limitation or warning, and while I cannot speak directly to why changes haven't been made, I've thought of a few reasons this may continue to be allowed:
I certainly encourage you to visit our Zoom Feedback form, which is the official way to share any feedback or feature requests with the Zoom team.
Hope that helps and please make sure to mark the solution as accepted if this information is what you needed.