You can add alternative Hosts when setting up your rapid climb Meetings to run or co-run your meet with many Host privileges. option hosts must have a Licensed Zoom Stony Brook explanation. alternatively, you may elevate any participant ( home or external to Stony Brook ) to Co-Host during the meeting .
Adding Alternative Hosts from the Zoom Web Portal
You can alone add inner ( @ stonybrook.edu ) soar Accounts as alternative Hosts ( for external users, elevate them to co-host once you and the person are in the confluence ). here ‘s how to add inner users as alternatie hosts before the meet :
- Create a Zoom meeting
- In a web browser, go to stonybrook.zoom.us
- Click Sign In and sign in with your NetID/NetID password
- On the left, click Meetings then Upcoming. (If you created this meeting with someone else as host, click the Myself dropdown and select the host). Find the meeting you created and hold your mouse over it; then click Edit to the right
Read more: Integration Rules
Troubleshooting Adding Alternative Hosts
- When adding an email address to the Alternative Host field, be sure the email address is correct, especially in regard to common or preferred names!
- If the user is an affiliate in Peoplesoft or not a licensed user, you can elevate them from Participant to Co-Host during the meeting. You cannot add them as an alternative host before the meeting takes place. If the user is indeed a licensed user but you cannot find them in the Alternative Host field, ask the user to authenticate into the Zoom Web Portal (stonybrook.zoom.us) with their NetID and NetID password so that their Stony Brook licensed account is created.
In Google Calendar
When you Add Zoom Conferencing to a Calendar invitation, by default, you are the host of the Zoom meet and no one can enter the meet unless you have joined ( unless join before host is selected ). besides you ca n’t leave the meet before the others because it will end the meet for everyone. This presents a problem for those who set up meetings for others and do n’t need to attend the meet .
To work around this, meeting organizers can :
- Elevate Participants to Hosts during the live meeting Learn more
- Add Alternative Hosts, from within @stonybrook.edu Zoom who can also start the meeting and then become co-hosts during the meeting, in Zoom on the web (see below).
This option allows you to set up the meeting ahead of time but the person(s) you designate as Alternative hosts to also be able to start the meeting. Note: You are still the host and hosts can only have one simultaneous meeting.
Tip: You cannot add external users (email@example.com) as alternative hosts before meetings, but you can elevant someone to co-host once you and the person are in the meeting
- Use Zoom Scheduling Privileges to Schedule Zoom Meetings for Others using the Zoom Schedule Chrome Extension (This option requires the other person to allow you scheduling privileges on his/her account).
- Allow participants to join the meeting before the host