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Dark Mode for Zoom on Linux


Now that both Windows and Mac have dark mode on Zoom, it would be great if this feature was added to Linux. Please add this feature. My eyes get strained when I'm using Zoom on my Linux PC.


Community Champion | Customer
Community Champion | Customer

Welcome to the Zoom Community, @avro_.

Zoom has a process for handling Feature Requests such as yours. You can use this Zoom web page to enter your feature request for Zoom's consideration: 

Ray - / aka "Old Desert Lizard"
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On Windows or macOS, open the Zoom app and click on your Profile icon in the top-right corner, followed by Settings. Go to Theme toward the bottom of the page, then click on Dark. That's it! Zoom is now set to Dark mode.

To set Zoom back to Light mode, follow the same steps, then click on Light next to Dark. If you change your computer's theme often and want Zoom to be in-line with its theme settings, click on Use System Setting instead.


Rachel Gomez

What does that have to do with OP's request to get dark mode on Linux? Dark mode is still unavailable on Linux and it's availability on Mac-OS or Windows is irrelevant.

I know that Zoom has dark mode on Windows and MacOS; I've even mentioned this in my post. I asked dark mode for Linux.  


Dark mode is really needed for Linux. Zoom is amazing, but it's hard to use in linux, when all your other apps support dark mode.