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Under the Webinar section in my web Profile, it says:
"You can host a free 30 minute webinar today on OnZoom! Contact your IT Admin to enable you to host. Learn more about how to get started here."
When I go to https://on.zoom.us and go to "Become a Host" it says:
"If you are the owner or admin of your Zoom account, go to the account’s web settings to grant your account access to become an OnZoom Host."
I am the account Owner and Admin - on a Business Account.
But where do I give myself the OnZoom Host privilege, so I can use my free 30 minute OnZoom webinar?
I do not see it under Settings or Role management.
So sorry this is a delayed response. Have you successfully become an OnZoom Host yet?
I'm also curious if you've explored this support article regarding authorizing OnZoom: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360052678671-Authorizing-group-level-OnZoom-permission