Zoom: Assigning Scheduling Privilege's

Zoom allows for other licensed users to schedule and manage meetings within their institution for people using Scheduling Privileges.

To start, log in to your Zoom account through a supported web browser.

  1. Go to your Personal Settings menu [1] in the left sidebar, select the Meeting tab [2], and navigate to the Other section [3].
  2. In the Scheduling Privilege section, look for the Assign scheduling privilege to option and click the "+" symbol [4] to assign individuals.
View of a user's Zoom meeting settings with Scheduling Privilege being added

An Assign scheduling privilege pop-up will appear.

  1. Enter the full email of the user you want to manage/schedule your meetings.  
  2. Click their name once it populates. (If a user's name does not display after you have typed out their full email address, the user will need to create a Zoom account before you can assign them scheduling privileges.)
  3. Click Assign.
Zoom user adds and assigns another licensed Zoom user to schedule meetings on their behalf

Once scheduling privileges have been assigned, the assigned user will now see a drop-down box [1] giving them the option to view/manage meetings from the user(s) [2] who granted them scheduling privileges.

Zoom user selects another user to schedule an upcoming meeting on their behalf

Removing Scheduling Privileges

To remove Zoom scheduling privileges from a licensed user, log in to your Zoom account.

  1. Go to your Personal Settings menu [1] in the left sidebar, select the Meeting tab [2], and navigate to the Other section [3].
  2. In the Scheduling Privilege section, look for the Assign scheduling privilege to option and click the "X" symbol [4] on the individual you want to remove.
View of a user's Zoom meeting settings with Scheduling Privilege being disabled
  1. Confirm removal by clicking the Yes button [5] in the pop-up.
Zoom user confirms removing scheduling privilege from another user

For more information on Scheduling Privileges, please view this Zoom Support Article.

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