Goodbye, 2021 👋 Hello, 2022 🎉
As 2021 comes to an end, the Zoom Community Team would like to thank everyone on the Zoom Community for the love, support, and helpful contributions they have provided this year! This community would be nothing without its wonderful community users who help keep it alive and thriving, so we want to express our gratitude for each one of you.
Cheers to an incredible 2021! 🎆 🤘
We're super excited for what's to come in 2022...see you there! 😍
Tell us your favorite activity that you did with Zoom in 2021! Reply below 👇
I'll start us off 😊
1. The Zoom Community launching in August! 🚀
2. A virtual Halloween paint party that I attended with the Zoom Community Team 💙
Favorite Activity that I did with Zoom... 🤔
Using Snap Cam in-meeting and being Evil Kermit for a Halloween-themed Team meeting. Of course, an animated virtual background to set the scene for Evil Kermit
Many thanks Alexis, and my apologies for taking so long. I started with your recording with Jeff, and worked my way through rest of the programme; mainly the technical sessions. Pretty interesting the stuff coming down the pipeline.
As you say, language is top of your roadmap list, like every other community manager else in this globalizing world. So is there some way to be part of the language user group testing?
Also, Is there a Manager for the developer or technical community? Thanks so much.
I have a problem. When I want to present power point tables within a zoom meeting I cannot see sufficiently the guests sharing the meeting. I mainly see my power paint tables. How is it possible to see both the tables and the guests discussing with me my talk? Thanks, Georg