Editing a Zoom Event as a co-editor

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Co-editors are invited to add, edit, and save or republish events with the content they add—but only to the specific sections they are given edit access. You might be invited to be a co-editor to check the accuracy of existing content or build out a session of a multiple sessions or single-session event because you are the organizer for a particular session of an event.

Co-editors can also see the Analytics tab and the sections under it when they access the event to make edits.

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Prerequisites for editing Zoom Events as a co-editor

  • Basic, Pro, Business, Enterprise, or Education account

How to edit a Zoom Event as a co-editor

Edit an event from the invitation email

Co-editors do not need to have a Zoom Events license to make edits to an event if they access the event through the link in their invitation email. Invitation emails contain a direct link to the event the co-editors can edit, and co-editors are only allowed to edit the sections they have been granted access.

To edit an event from an email invitation:

  1. Open your invitation email, then click Edit Event.
    Note: If the host no longer has an active Zoom Events license, you will see a message that you won't be able to edit the event until the host is assigned a new license. Contact the host to inform them of their license status.
  2. Sign in to Zoom Events.
    You will be directed to the event to which you have been invited to edit.
  3. In the event creation flow, click the tabs to navigate to the sections you are allowed to edit.
  4. Make your edits.
  5. Click Save.

Edit an event from within Zoom Events

  1. Sign in to Zoom Events.
  2. In the navigation menu, click Events.
  3. Click the Upcoming or Drafts tab.
  4. To the right of the upcoming event or Zoom Events draft you want to edit, click the pencil icon .
    Note: If the host no longer has an active Zoom Events license, you will see a message—under the events owned by that host and to which you have edit permission—that you can't edit the event(s) until the host is assigned a new license. Contact the host to inform them of their license status.
  5. Make your edits.
  6. Click Save.

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