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Authorizing group-level OnZoom permission Follow

If your Zoom account is under the administration of a corporate account or you are not the Owner/Admin of your Zoom account, then you will need to be authorized by the Owner/Admin of your Zoom account to host OnZoom events.

This article covers:

Prerequisites for authorizing group-level OnZoom permission

  • Zoom desktop client
    • Windows: 5.6.5 (823) or higher
    • macOS: 5.6.4 (765) or higher
  • Business, Enterprise, Healthcare, or Education account
  • Account owner or Admin privileges

How to authorize group-level OnZoom permission after initial setup

As an Admin, you can grant permission to any user under the account to use OnZoom to host Zoom Meeting or Webinar events.

The account Owner/Admin must review and agree to the OnZoom Host Terms of Use and Zoom Events Privacy Statement before they can add the desired members to the OnZoom Host user group, thereby, authorizing the users to host OnZoom events.

To authorize account members to host OnZoom events after the initial setup:

  1. Access the OnZoom homepage.
  2. In the top-right corner, click Become a Host.
  3. Click Become an OnZoom Host.
  4. Click Sign In.
  5. Enter the email and password of the Zoom account you are the Owner/Admin of, then click Sign In.
    This will redirect you to your Admin account in the Zoom web portal.
    Note: You can also sign in with SSO, Google, or Facebook.
  6. In the navigation menu, click User Management, then click Group Management.
  7. Click the OnZoom tab.
  8. Click the Create and list OnZoom Events toggle to enable it.
    A pop-up message will appear.
      1. Click Get started with OnZoom to review the OnZoom Host Terms of Use and OnZoom and Zoom Events Privacy Statement.
      2. Review the OnZoom Host Terms of Use and OnZoom and Zoom Events Privacy Statement, then click Agree.
  9. Click Add Members.
  10. Enter the emails of the Zoom account members you want to authorize to use their Zoom Meeting and Webinar license to host OnZoom events.
  11. Click Add.

How to authorize group-level OnZoom permission

To authorize account members to host OnZoom events at any time:

  1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal as an Admin with the privilege to edit account settings.
  2. In the navigation menu, click User Management then Group Management.
  3. Click the OnZoom tab.
  4. Click Add Members.
  5. Enter the emails of the Zoom account members you want to authorize to use their Zoom Meeting and Webinar license to host OnZoom events.
  6. Click Add.