Scheduling a Zoom Meeting on Behalf of Another User

Zoom only allows users to host 1 meeting at a time. As such, you should only ever schedule meetings on your account where you will be the primary host. If you are assisting other individuals with scheduling Zoom meetings, it is recommended you have them give you permission to schedule those meetings on their behalf. When you schedule a meeting for someone else, it will use their Zoom license when the session is live freeing up your personal account.

Granting Scheduling Privilege

If you would like to schedule a meeting for another user, they must first follow the steps below to grant you scheduling privilege on their account.

  1. Browse to https://drexel.zoom.us.
  2. Select Sign In Standard and sign in using your Drexel credentials.
  3. Select Settings from the menu on the left.
  4. Select Other or scroll down to this section.
  5. Under Schedule Privilege, select the + next to Assign scheduling privilege to.
  6. Enter the long email address for the person you would like to grant scheduling privilege to and select Assign.

How to Schedule a Meeting for Another User

Once you have been granted scheduling privilege to the user’s account:

  1. Browse to https://drexel.zoom.us.
  2. Select Sign In Standard and sign in using your Drexel credentials.
  3. Select Meetings from the menu on the left.
  4. Select Schedule a New Meeting.
  5. From the drop down menu next to Schedule For, choose the user on who’s behalf you are scheduling the meeting.
  6. Complete the remainder of the Schedule a Meeting form and select Save.