Zoom user types and roles in the Zoom app

Depending on the account type, user type, and how your Zoom account (if applicable) was set up by your account owner or administrator, you have access to different features.

You can access Zoom by accessing your account in one or more of the following ways: by providing your email address and password, signing in with Facebook, signing in with Apple, signing in with Google, or single sign-on ( SSO) option.

What is the difference between Zoom accounts of different types?

The amount you pay for a Zoom account depends on the type of plan you choose and the products you choose. You can view detailed information about your account type on your account profile page. Also, learn more about our basic plans and add-ons on our services and plans page. We offer a variety of pricing plans and options for our video conferencing solutions, so take a look if you’re interested in changing your Zoom account type.

There are 4 types of accounts:

  • Basic (free or free with credit card)
  • professional
  • business company
  • Training

What your role within the Zoom account is and how to identify it

An account role refers to the level of admin privileges a member must have in a Zoom meeting when acting as an admin. It is important to note that each user belongs to one of the roles listed below, and each role has different permissions. You can find out what role you have by clicking on your account profile page.

There are 3 roles in the accounts:

  • Owner: The owner has all privileges including the ability to manage roles.
  • Administrator: You can add, edit and delete users. This includes managing API, single sign-on and meeting connectors for advanced functionality.
  • Members: Members are not allowed to make any changes.

Note: The option to create custom roles is available for your account.

How do I know what type of Zoom user I am?

In the following category, you will be assigned to this selection based on the type of account you have and the spending you have made. To find your user type, go to your account’s profile page. Users under your account can view the user types assigned to them on the User Management page if you are an admin or account owner.

There are 3 types of users:

  • Basic: Basic users do not have a license, they are free users. Standard users can choose between a basic plan (free) as well as a paid plan like Pro or Business. Those who subscribe to the Basic plan can host meetings for up to 100 participants; However, the session is limited to 40 minutes. As a basic user of a paid account, you inherit the default capacity of the paid account. For example, a business account has a default capacity of 300 meetings. There is no time limit for meetings of 3 or more people, although one-to-one meetings last longer than 40 minutes when 3 or more participants attend. A user cannot use add-ons for their account and user, e.g. B. large meetings, webinars or connecting a conference room.
  • Licensed: The licensed public cloud user is a user who has subscribed to a paid account and can hold meetings at any time. You can host meetings regardless of the number of participants, and large meeting licenses can be purchased if you need more capacity. Additional features available to licensed users contain:
    • Create a personal meeting ID based on your personal information
    • information
    • information and record the meeting in Zoom
    • and assume the role of alternate host if needed
    • If more people are needed to schedule, assign them the work and schedule them in their absence
    • absence
    • Out of office, in our case via account add-ons like conference room connectors
    • You have access to user add-ons such as large meetings, webinars, and personal audio conferences
    • by customizing your account if you have a business or education account
  • Local: Users with on-premises meeting connectors are paid accounts that can host unlimited meetings without having to upgrade to a premium account. Additional features that on-premise users will have are:
    • Personalized meeting IDs that can be customized
    • and can be paired with the Recording Connector for their account once set up
    • so they can record it
    • so that their voice is heard and they assign other tasks to be performed during the recording.
    • To increase productivity, it can be beneficial to use account management extensions like room connectors.
    • The ability to assign user add-ons such as large meetings, webinars, and personal audio conferences to users
    • would be a very handy feature especially if you have a business account or an education account

What you need to do to invite others to your account

Adding/inviting people to your account can be done by the account owner or admin.

  • Consequently, the account owner/admin is responsible for defining the user type associated with the account (simple, licensed, or self-hosted).
  • A user receives an email inviting him or her to join the owner or admin account. The user can then accept the invitation to become a member.
  • Ignoring the invitation is possible as long as the user has no mapped domains and the user’s email address is under one of those mapped domains.
  • The account owner and admin have access to the account settings to manage various features and properties.
  • It is also possible for administrators to manage features on Windows or Mac computers through bulk deployment and configuration.

frequently asked Questions

A meeting has multiple roles: the host, the co-host, the alternate host, and the attendee. During a meeting, your role is determined by the host. Create a Zoom meeting, learn how to use it, and get started.

How to change advanced user management settings

  1. To access users, click User Management in the navigation menu.
  2. To view the following information and settings, click the Advanced tab at the top of the page. User Summary: A list of all users and the number of Basic, Licensed, On-Prem, and Zoom Room users. Change user type:

If more than two participants join the meeting (Zoom Cloud), a basic user can host meetings for up to 40 minutes. The Zoom Cloud is a public cloud service that allows users to host unlimited meetings.

A custom pane in Role Management allows admins to manage users, dashboards, reports and cloud recordings at the group level. To change permissions for an existing role, log in to the Zoom web portal as the account owner or as a user with permission to edit account settings.

Access your Zoom account by logging in. Choose Users from the User Management menu. Add users by clicking Add User. Add the user or users by entering their details.

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