Co-Host (Zoom)

What Does Co-Host Mean on Zoom?

On the video conferencing app Zoom, a Co-Host is an assistant to the host of a meeting. The Co-Host feature allows the host to share hosting privileges with an unlimited number of other users. A Co-Host on Zoom can manage the administrative side of the meeting, such as managing participants or starting/stopping the recording. However, Co-Hosts do not have access to all host controls and cannot start a meeting. (If a host needs someone else to be able to start the meeting, they can assign an Alternative Host.)

Summary of Key Points

"Assistant to Host of Conference" is the most common definition for Co-Host on Zoom. Here is some more information about Co-Host (Zoom):
Co-Host (Zoom)
Definition:Assistant to Host of Conference
2: Quite easy to guess
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