Can I use Zoom App on multiple devices?

You can sign in to Zoom with one computer, one tablet, and one mobile at a time.

When logging in to another device of the same type, if you sign in to another device, you will be automatically logged out of the first device.

In other words, you can not sign in simultaneously on two computers or two mobiles.

In Zoom, Google’s Terms of Service¬†Terms Of Service.¬†To share more personal and account in accordance with are not allowed.

 

 

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1 thought on “Can I use Zoom App on multiple devices?”

  1. I have no problem with Zoom placing this restriction on their service; however, for me, it is NOT working as described. I log into Zoom a second (2nd) desktop computer at the office fully expecting the desktop computer I left attached to Zoom at home will be “disconnected” and the machine I am currently using will maintain its Zoom connection. This is NOT what happens. After working on my Office computer for a few minutes, I get the message, “You have been signed out because your account is signed in from another device” — which pops up on the one (1) and only (1) computer currently in use!

    Huh?

    What was a “nice” feature (if we cannot “double dip” I appreciate Zoom cleaning up after me!), has now become a pain in the I/O because the Zoom System seems unable to determine which “device” should take precedence!

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