Are you using Zoom ?

Since we are all home doing the Flu pandemic a lot of meeting and classes are going online and using Zoom.Zoom Video Communications is an American remote conferencing services company headquartered in San Jose, California. It provides a remote conferencing service that combines video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration

How does Zoom work?With the Zoom mobile app on Android and iOS, you can start or join a meeting. By default, the Zoom mobile app displays the active speaker view. If one or more participants join the meeting, you will see a video thumbnail in the bottom-right corner. You can view up to four participants’ video at the

Zoom

Zoom is no ordinary video communication platform. It’s a cloud-based innovative technology that houses a full spectrum of modern conferencing tools.

Zoom comes with breakout sessions, which you can leverage to split your viewers (for instance clients or employees) into smaller groups for webinar trainings, specific topics or online class discussions.

With Zoom, the organizer has the power to fully control the meeting. You can mute all microphones, control attendees’ presentation access and so on. Moreover, this tool allows attendees to contribute to the conversation by virtually raising their hands.

Zoom’s chat utility also lets viewers directly communicate with the instructor and other attendees, ensuring a collaborative classroom setting.

My son whose home doing college online uses it for class meeting and his Lab research project that hes working with other students online. So if you are interested give it a try. The basic plan is free to use.

Basic Free plan :

How long can a free Zoom meeting last?40 minutesZoom offers a full-featured Basic Plan for free with unlimited meetings. Try Zoom for as long as you like – there is no trial period. Your Basic plan has a 40 minutes time limit on meetings with three or more total participants. Need your group meetings to last longer than 40 minutes?

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