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Can't assign co-host in a meeting with some other Limitations on my personal Zoom account

IsaacAvoseh
Newcomer
Newcomer

Please kindly help as I can't assign a co-host in a meeting. I logged in to my profile to enable the co-host feature on the web portal but I can't find the option to enable the feature. Now I noticed that I cant find some features on the web portal, and moreover, when I click on some options(like Account Setting) I got this response "No permission. (200)" whereas I am the owner of the account. Clearly, under the account profile, I can see that I am the account owner but I can't make some changes and clicking on some features I got the response that No permission. (200).  What could be the issues? I don't to any organisation or group some I don't have any admin. Could it be because I'm using a free account?

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vescamilla
Community Champion | Zoom Employee
Community Champion | Zoom Employee

Hello IsaacAvoseh,

 

The co-host option is only available for paid users. This is why you do not see the option, as is the case for other settings/options. Hope this helps!

Do all co-hosts have to be paid users? or is it ok if one of the co-hosts is paid and the other co-host is unpaid user? will it work? 

vescamilla
Community Champion | Zoom Employee
Community Champion | Zoom Employee

Hi ValentinaA,

 

A co-host does not need to be a paid user. You can make any participant in your meeting a co-host. You have to be a paid user though.

 

Hope this helps!

 

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Super helpful, thank you!

 

I hold a professional zoom and I can’t make a participant co-host, plus I can’t change the parameters for it because it says it was set up by the host of the account…I’m the host of the account

Rishikesh
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Newcomer

please provide co host option for free zoom

 

 

mithun
Newcomer
Newcomer

i want co host

 

ather wise i will be admin