Can I be in two or more concurrent Zoom meetings?
Yes, with some limitations.
First, whether you are joining concurrent meetings as a participant or as the host, you must use:
- a desktop (macOS or Windows) Zoom client
- a recent version of that desktop Zoom meeting client (See: Updating the Zoom client)
You cannot use the web (in-browser) client, the Chromebook client, or a mobile (e.g. iPad, smartphone) client.
Your computer may prevent you from using a single webcam in multiple meetings.
Further limitations, including the number of concurrent meetings you can be in, depend upon whether you are a participant or the host.
Concurrent meetings as a participant
You can participate in two or more concurrent Zoom meetings.
The number of meetings you can join may be limited by factors such as:
- the available bandwidth of your Internet connection
- your computer's processing power
- your own ability to juggle watching, listening to, and muting/unmuting yourself in multiple meetings
Concurrent meetings as a host
You can host up to two Zoom meetings at a time. To do so you must:
- be the original host (the creator) of both meetings
- be the one to start both meetings
- not be an alternative host in either meeting
You cannot host more than two concurrent Zoom meetings.