Has anyone noticed that Zoom's "Active Host Report" (which an admin can
generate by going to Reports>Active Hosts>By Users) experienced some
changes recently? It used to be the case that the User Name column in
this report would show the user's First...
I have a user who is attempting to share an iPhone screen in a meeting
via a Windows 10 computer. They go into Zoom, then hit Share Screen,
then hit iPhone/iPad. This always worked previously, but now has an
issue. Normally, as we all know, this will...
Has anyone tried the Logitech RoomMate yet? I just got one in to test.
At first I was under the impression that it would only work with Logi
devices, but that doesn't seem to be true. I got it to work with a Neat
Tablet and also a VCGear tablet, and ...
One of my users just complained to me that "Zoom Chat no longer does
spell check." Now, I've been using Zoom since 2014 and I honestly never
noticed whether or not Zoom Chat does spell check. We did turn on chat
encryption in 2017 so I figured that m...
Has anyone had issues in which chats will just randomly refuse to
decrypt for certain users? Most frequently it happens when someone
views/sends a chat on one device and then attempts to view/send it on
another device (eg the chat is opened on one's ...
My company does not currently offer the 8 in our internal web store, and
I have not tested Zoom on an 8 myself. However, I would advise against
getting Surfaces in general, as a matter of course. They're only
marginally more portable than a standard ...
The workaround is a bit tricky, but here are the steps:Start a new
meetingStart a local recording, let it run for about a minuteEnd the
meetingThe popup that shows the progress of the recording finalizing
will appear. Quickly, before this conversion ...
You could buy four licenses to accomplish this, yes. By default, you
wouldn't be able to manage them all under one email since you'd have to
apply the licenses to four different accounts. You'd have to log in
under all four accounts to schedule and o...
A quick workaround that comes to mind is to use Zoom's "Request camera
control" feature. So you'd have a computer with OBS as the video source.
Then you'd join another co-host into the Zoom meeting, right click on
the first user's video, and select "...