Zoom offers the following possibilities to delegate accounts and meetings:
Especially for larger meetings, it can be useful to have a Co-Host to support the meeting. For example, the Co-Host's task is to manage the list of speakers, the participants' microphones, etc. Co-Hosts can also push participants into a waiting room and bring them back. However, some functions can only be used and controlled by the host.
If a host has to leave a meeting, he can transfer his host role to another meeting participant. This can also be a participant with a free Basic license.
If a host is unable to host/start a meeting because he is prevented from doing so, he can transfer his meeting in advance to another person who will assume the host role for him.
It can be assumed that the other person will also need a paid license, as a free basic license is probably not sufficient.
If the need for regular representation of another person is foreseeable, the respective persons can grant each other certain rights, such as creating and hosting a meeting. This automatically includes the “Alternative Host” function.
All persons representing themselves require a paid license for this.