No, but you can host multiple meetings, but have a co-host/alternative host start and join the meeting.
Are the hosts users on your account where you have account creation privileges? Or would this be a published application that the hosts install on their account and give you meeting creation privileges?
Are you suggest me to use my Licensed account (no need to join the meeting) to create meeting and invite them as co-host/alternative?
I’m still not clear about the workflow. This is what I want, let me explain again.
I want to create a meeting service for 100 Broadcasters and other users. The Broadcaster just have free Zoom account, so we can’t use their account to create meeting because the limitation of time (40 minutes). How can I resolve this problem: time limit and multiple meeting at the same time.
You cannot join as host to multiple concurrent meetings, but you can join as a participant: [Joining different meetings simultaneously
=> How many meeting can we join at the same time?
I can use Licensed account to create multiple meeting at the same time
Invite “BROADCASTER” as co-host
This option cannot start the meeting.
I can use Licensed account (1st licensed account) to create multiple meeting at the same time
Invite other user as alternative-host
This option can start the meeting by alternative host. but alternative-host must be Licensed account, the “BROADCASTER” don’t have licensed account, we can provide them (2nd licensed account). The 2nd licensed account, we will share for all other “BROADCASTER”, so the question is: “Can alternative host join multiple meeting at the same time?” And how about the maximum meeting can they join at the same time?
Each Basic user and Licensed user on a Pro account is limited to hosting only 1 meeting at a time.
Licensed users on Business, Education, and Enterprise accounts can host up to 2 meetings at the same time. Both meetings need to be started by the original meeting host or by an alternative host. The host can leave the meeting and pass host privileges to another user if needed.
Note: While these users can have 2 meetings active at the same time, this is typically achieved by the meetings being started and run on separate devices, as by default users are unable to join or start multiple meetings simultaneously on the desktop client.
You can create multiple meetings from your account, but they must have a host. Meetings cannot be created without a host. If you try to create a meeting (either through the web portal or programmatically without a host), it will not be successful.
However, participants can join a meeting before a host, if you have that setting enabled.