It turns out that only the paid version of the host can use the joint host function.
It was a fact that Zoom Academy Japan did not know until now.
From the organizer seminar graduates
“If I try to appoint a co-host, I can’t do that,” he consulted, looked it up, and found out.
In the paid version, you can make a participant a co-host from “Manage Participants” and then “Details” of the target person’s name.
n the free version, the above blue part does not appear.
I was wondering if I should turn on the joint host in “My Meeting Settings”.
In the setting screen of the free version, the following items of co-host were also not found.
(This is a paid version of the screenshot)
Co-hosting is a useful feature.
The host is often full to talk to, so the person appointed as a co-host
This is because the seminar can proceed smoothly while helping the host.
For example, mute management is important to support.
When the free version of the host cannot appoint a co-host
You have to do everything by yourself.
Sometimes the hurdles are high.
Also, the free version is difficult to use for a full-scale seminar because the session expires in 40 minutes.
This may be the point of introducing the paid version.