First of all, we love SmoothBook! I spent a good week looking for the right ‘back end’ for us to use, and I believe this is it for many, many reasons. Thanks James!
I’m struggling to get my head around something with Zoom.
My friend and I are going to start offering small group classes to children on Zoom soon.
The classes will only last 30mins and be no more than 6 children generally plus one of us (we’re both teachers!)
It looks like if Jenny starts one at 10am, I can’t start one until 10.30am as one user (we’ve signed up with our business email to Zoom for the free account) can’t host more than one meeting concurrently.
This obviously limits our potential income!
If we were to get a Pro account rather than just the free one, I believe that we could then have multiple users, being hosts at the same time.
What are the implications on SmoothBook for this scenario? Would it matter that there are two or more users? Is it a case of simply needing to edit the meeting in Zoom to assign a host?
I really don’t want to go down the paid route. I’m actually wondering if it might be a better idea to split Jenny and I, have a SmoothBook each so that we wouldn’t have the Zoom problem! But then we’d have to have separate Stripe accounts, and could we merge our SmoothBook calendars?! So many potential problems here, even naming our SmoothBook account, having to create another email (we’re just on a gmail one) etc. Also, looking to the future, we’d like to add other ‘guest teachers’ to our booking calendar, such as a friend who is a photography specialist so that we can offer a broader range of subjects.
Thank you to anyone who can offer advice, my brain is mush at the moment over it all! Thank goodness it’s sunny today!