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Is there a Zoom Support article on this change to the Basic plan? As of today, according to all Plans & Pricing information, the Basic plan still allows unlimited meeting time for less than 3 participants. I did not receive any emails about any changes to the basic plan.
Well... the Zoom web site is vast, and all I can say is that the staff probably missed a place or two. The only place I could find still in error was the pop-up on Meeting Duration at https://zoom.us/pricing
I think the tool-tip is incorrect and misleading anyway. But I sent a Support Ticket up to the Zoom Support folks to try to get it changed or removed.
Here in the Zoom Community, we're just volunteers trying to help out... with no access to anything and no authority to make someone change something 😉
If you find some other place that has incorrect information, please post the page URL and the incorrect information here, and I'll do what I can to forward to the Zoom staff. In the meantime -- even if you didn't get the word -- there's plenty of evidence now that Zoom is cutting back on 1:1 meetings on Basic/Free accounts.
Take a look at this community post for more of my opinion of why this is happening.
Yes, this is the same error I spotted as well. As at today, it was still showing unlimited meeting times for less than 3 participants. Thanks for lodging the ticket to correct that.
I appreciate your insights,
"Silly" isn't the right word. "Intentionally aggravating" is more like it. They bloody well know how many users run 45-minute or 1-hour sessions. They WANT to annoy users in the expectation that they will be worn down enough to pay their ridiculously high subscription fees for services (i.e., multi-user sessions) they don't need.
It won't work, at least not on me.
I, too, did not get an email about this and was shocked when my regular Tuesday Zoom meeting (with only one person) ended abruptly after 40 minutes. This is so stupid on the part of Zoom. Investigating other apps to have this meeting on, like Microsoft Teams. Any suggestions for those of us who don't do big meetings and just want to connect with family and friends?