The recent updates in the Zoom app are ‘Raise Hand’, ‘Thumbs Up’ Gesture on iPad, Focus Mode, Mobile to Desktop Call Switching, and many More.
Also call admins can now apply restrictions to specific users or groups to stop them from sharing screens.Zoom has added some new features with its latest update this week for desktop, iPad, and Zoom Phone.
Automatic reactions has also been added from gesture recognition for iPad users, who can now use ‘Raise Hand’ and ‘Thumbs Up’ reaction to make the video call feel more organic.
The feature-rich update also brings chat sidebar enhancements as well as a new admin experience.
Zoom users can now also transfer their calls from desktop to mobile phones and back without disconnecting.
Admins can now apply restrictions to specific users or groups to stop them from screen-sharing when a participant joins a meeting as a ‘guest’.
Users will still be able to share their screens when there are no guest participants.To improve the video-calling experience, which will likely remain crucial for the foreseeable future, Zoom has added several new features with its latest update.
Focus Mode has been designed with educators in mind and allows participants to only be able to see themselves, the host/ co-hosts, and the content they are sharing. Hosts and co-hosts can also choose to view all the participants simultaneously in a gallery view.