- 1 On Zoom event roles and permissions
- 2 Prerequisites for OnZoom event roles and permissions
- 3 Event roles for OnZoom
- 3.1 Host
- 3.2 Alternative Host
- 3.3 Panelist
- 3.4 Attendee
- 3.5 Frequently Asked Questions
- 3.6 What are the different Zoom roles?
- 3.7 How do you assign a role in Zoom?
- 3.8 How do I access Zoom permissions?
- 3.9 How do I change permissions on Zoom meetings?
- 3.10 What are built in options for Zoom events?
- 3.11 What is the role of host in Zoom meeting?
- 3.12 How do I get started with zoom events?
- 3.13 How are zoom events different?
- 3.14 What is the difference between zoom webinar and events?
- 3.15 Does Zoom events allow breakout rooms?
- 3.16 Do I need a Zoom account to attend a Zoom event?
- 3.17 Related articles
On Zoom event roles and permissions
As part of OnZoom’s event types, the following roles are available: Host, Alternative Host, Panelist, and Attendee. Hosts and panelists who have not always been invited to the event are welcome to attend, but attendees who want to attend the event must have a ticket. Each role will have a set of tools that will enable them to effectively participate in the event.
There are several roles involved in a webinar event, including:
- Alternative Host
The following roles are associated with meetings:
- Alternative Host
Note: Whenever you are creating an event, you will have the option to select whether you want to host a Webinar or a Meeting event.
Prerequisites for OnZoom event roles and permissions
- This is the desktop version of Zoom
- Windows: 5.6.3 or higher
- macOS: 5.6.3 or higher
- You must have a Microsoft account for Windows: 5.6.3 or higher
Event roles for OnZoom
An event’s host is the user responsible for scheduling the event. In order to manage a webinar, alternative hosts, or panelists, the Host has access to the full range of permissions available. Only one Host can be assigned to an event.
Hosts have the right to do the following:
- A collaborative event can be started and stopped at any time
- By using the tools that are contained within the security shield (located in the meeting controls).
- Turn on/off panelists’ audio muting and unmuting
- As well as stopping their video
- Recording during the event Moderate Attendees
- Make sure that their audio and video privileges are enabled when they enter
- A web conference Make sure that their audio and video privileges are enabled
- As well as responding to chats
A number of the controls that a Host has are shared by Alternative Hosts, which allows them to manage many aspects of an event from the administrative side.
Alternative Hosts are permitted to do the following:
- It is recommended that events are started if the host cannot join the event within the designated time frame.
- Ensure that you are using the security shield tools (under the meeting controls) to do this.
- Moderators should be able to moderate attendees if needed.
- At the time of entry, attendees’ access to audio and video should be enabled.
- The attendees’ audio should be muted and unmuted
- According to the needs of the chat
Webinar panelists are able to take advantage of tools that will help them to participate more actively during the event.
The following are permitted remarks by the panelists:
- The Q&A window is open for you to ask questions
- That you would like to have annotated on the shared screen
- That you would like to have annotated
The attendees are viewed only during the Webinar event, and the Host controls what they see for the duration of the event. From the Q&A window and the chat service, attendees are able to interact with the Host and Panelists.
Participants of a Meeting are able to share their own audio and video during the event (if the host enables it).
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|Creating An Onzoom Event Series
|Exporting Zoom Events Reports
|Zoom Events Roles Tickets And Permissions
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the different Zoom roles?
How do you assign a role in Zoom?
How do I access Zoom permissions?
How do I change permissions on Zoom meetings?
- Access Zoom’s web portal by logging in.
- Go to Settings.
- Activate or deactivate a setting by clicking it.
- A group or account level lock can also be applied to settings. There will be a note next to the setting indicating this.
What are built in options for Zoom events?
- Join. The meeting ID can be used to join a public event.
- Host. Only screen sharing is allowed. With video enabled. With video turned off.
- Zoom. Support for Zoom. Community on Zoom.
What is the role of host in Zoom meeting?
How do I get started with zoom events?
- Zoom Events requires you to sign in.
- Click Manage in the top-right corner.
- You can find My Events on the left side of the screen.
- Navigate to the Upcoming tab.
- Right-click the event you wish to start and select Start (for recurring series events) or Join Lobby (for events with multiple sessions).