Create a meeting API has a set daily limit of 100 requests per user. Does that user equal the owner of an account or just a host license included in the account? This information probably can be found somewhere in the documentation but I still want to ask if someone can answer me faster than I can find it. Thanks a lot in advance!
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We are trying to create an integration between our Learning Management System (Saba Cloud) and Zoom Meetings and Webinars. The Create Meeting API mentions a limit of 100 APIs per user. However, we use a central integration user to create all Zoom meetings. This would mean we can only create 100 meetings in a day, which is too little for the size of customers we are targeting.
What are our customers’ options in this regard for getting a higher limit? We can see anywhere upto 10,000…
We are trying to make an application with Zoom where the application, when requested, will generate the zoom meeting link and share it with two end-users.
To do so, the application, when requested, will generate a meeting link using CreateAPI and share the Join-Url detail (CreateAPI response) with the users.
and the same flow will be followed whenever the two new end-user requests for a meeting.
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