How to Schedule Zoom Meetings for Someone Else

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Learn how to allow executive or administrative assistants to schedule meetings in Zoom on behalf of someone else.

Scheduling privilege is designed so:

  • You can assign a Pro user or multiple Pro users with CBC Single Sign-On (SSO) credentials to schedule meetings on your behalf.
  • You can also schedule meetings on behalf of a user (or multiple users) that has assigned you scheduling privilege.
  • Users with scheduling privilege on your account will be able to manage and act as an alternative host for all meetings.
  • Allows both the scheduler and the "schedulee" to attend their own meetings at the same time.


Give scheduling privilege to someone else

Note: Both you and the assigned scheduler must have a Pro license and ability to login to Zoom via "SSO" using your CBC email credentials.

  1. To share the ability to schedule Zoom meetings on your behalf, log in as usual via the Zoom desktop application. 
  2. Go to your Zoom profile settings page in your browser.
  3. Scroll down to the Other section and find Schedule Privlege section.
  4. For Assign Scheduling Privlege to item, click the + icon.


  1. Type in the email address of the person(s) who does your scheduling. Use commas to separate multiple email addresses.
  2. Click Assign.


Schedule a meeting for someone else

Once you have been granted scheduling privilege, you can schedule another person's meetings.

  1. Ensure you are logged in to your Zoom application.
  2. Set all the settings options you would normally set.
  3. Click on Schedule and then click on Advanced Options
  4. In order to schedule for someone else, check the Schedule for: box and select another individual's name.

  1. Click Schedule.


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