I actually do this every week. We have one meeting number for the adults (whether it is Gospel Doctrine on weeks 1 & 3 or Priesthood/RS on weeks 2 & 4), and then we have another meeting number for your youth meetings on those same weeks. I use a laptop computer to log into one meeting and a Chromebook to log into the other meeting for the youth. I watch over things as people show up and make sure they are in the correct breakout rooms. This is identical to what you are asking except I'm doing it all (not recommended). You could have one person log in to Elders and another person elsewhere in the Ward log in to Relief Society. That would be your two meeting IDs.BrianEdwards wrote:If this has been answered, sorry for re-asking. Regarding the Hosts for concurrent meetings, I'm not sure if the two separate "concurrent meeting hosts" can both be using the same "Unit Zoom Account Login". I know I can be logged onto the same Zoom meeting multiple times as the same account owner.
I guess for example, if the EQ and RS both wanted to have concurrent meetings, could they both log into the Zoom account using the unit login, and then have one of them be assigned the host of one meeting while the other starts the second (concurrent) meeting? In this scenario, who actually has control if both are logged in via the unit account, the person who logs in first?
We're considering if we want to let our leaders work things out amongst themselves, at this point I don't think we are able to have a single member who would act as "Tech Specialist" who would always be the gatekeeper for all such scenarios.
Note: I think this is ok to ask in this thread, but if this is better served as a new conversation, I can ask it separately
Question, are the youth meeting at the same time? How do you address their classes? Are the teachers just using free Zoom accounts on their own rather than going through the unit account?