What is a concurrent meeting?
A meeting host is to hold multiple meetings at a given time.
You can not hold multiple meetings at the same time
Having a co-located meeting can have undesirable effects on that particular co-located meeting.
In the following, we will explain how to join a meeting where the “Join before Host” feature is on .
If the “Join Before Host” feature is turned off, participants can not join the meeting.
If the host tries to hold another meeting
You will be prompted to end the ongoing meeting: “There is an ongoing meeting. Please end it to start a new meeting.” If the host chooses to end the ongoing meeting, participants in the first meeting will see the message “This meeting has been closed because a new meeting has been started on this account.” It will be.
- When joining on an H.323 / SIP device The host already hosts another meeting. When the device joins, you will be prompted to enter a meeting host key.
- If you try to join in Zoom Rooms
The ongoing meeting ends without warning.
If you create multiple meetings at the same time, please note that the above event occurs.