Apply branding settings from parent to selected sub accounts Account owners and admins can force individual sub accounts to use the same branding settings (e.g. landing page and email templates) as the parent account. These sub accounts will not be able to change branding settings in their own accounts. Previously, account owners and admins could only apply branding settings to all sub accounts at once.
Enhancements to bulk user delete Account owners and admins will see more detailed error notifications when they try to delete users and certain users could not be deleted. They will also be able to bulk delete deactivated users by uploading a CSV file.
Two-way chat with Waiting Room participants Account owners and admins can enable the meeting Host and Co-hosts to chat back-and-forth with participants in the Waiting Room. Waiting Room messages can be sent to all participants in the Waiting Room or just individual participants. Only the host/co-host can see responses from those in the Waiting Room. This feature requires client version 5.8.0 or higher. This setting is disabled by default.
Enhancement to Dashboard for meetings and webinars When users join a meeting or webinar by phone (Dashboard indicates Phone in the Device column), account owners and admins can see the phone number they dialed from and the associated Zoom dial-in number.
Control default watermark setting Account owners and admins can control how the watermark setting defaults in an individual users’ scheduling workflow. The admin can set a watermark to default on or off when users schedule a meeting
Enhancement to Inactive Hosts report If a login was from a browser, the Client Version column of the Inactive Hosts usage report indicates N/A (browser) instead of being left blank.
Automatically detect the Windows OS bit version in the Download Center When downloading the Zoom client from the Download Center, the download version automatically detects if a user is on a 64-bit or 32-bit machine, and provides them with the appropriate version to install.
Prompt when changing account owner When the account owner is changed and the new account owner does not have a Zoom Phone license, the current owner will see a prompt notifying them that their numbers and Zoom Phone license will be transferred to the new owner. They can choose to continue with the process or cancel it.
Configuration checking for emergency locations When an account owner or admin specifies a BSSID while defining or editing an emergency location, the system will confirm whether that the BSSID has been duplicated in another location in the account.
Reserved Call Park extension Phone users can park an existing call to the original park extension before the reserved time expires. If the call is parked again after the expiration time, the call will be parked to a different extension. The default expiration time of 30 seconds can only be changed on request by Zoom.
Zero touch provisioning (ZTP) process status Account owners and admins can view the ZTP process status for common area phones, unassigned/assigned desk phones, and ATAs when viewing the device list. The unassigned devices only show status in the device detail page. They can also retry the connection to the ZTP server in the case where the first attempt failed.
Zoom introduces Conference New to the Zoom Events platform, Conference allows Zoom Events license holders to host virtual events with concurrent sessions and much more.
Create Multi-Day Conferences You can now spread your event over several days to give your Attendees and Speakers more flexibility and interactivity.
Create Multi-Track Agendas Host concurrent sessions to appeal to audience members' interests. You can assign multiple Speakers to sessions and feature sessions in the Conference Lobby to attract more Attendees.
Batch Upload Sessions & Speakers Speed up event creation by uploading a CSV file with session dates, names, times, descriptions, speakers, and more.
Include Session Details with Video Prepare attendees for a successful event by sharing relevant pre-session information, such as Speaker bios and session-specific videos.
Allow Speakers to Edit their Sessions Give Speakers control over their session information by allowing them to set their session start time, date, and duration, as well as select visuals or videos to represent their session. Speakers can now edit their own bios. You can review and approve edits submitted by your Speakers.
Conference Itinerary Help Attendees find and register for sessions by letting them select/search for their topics of interest and filter sessions by tracks, audiences, products, and levels.