Release notes for February 21, 2021
New and enhanced features
Zoom SSO certificate rotation
In keeping up with standard industry practices, Zoom is retiring its current single sign-on (SSO) certificate ahead of its expiration on Friday, March 26. To avoid service disruption, we will publish a new SSO certificate beginning the week of Monday, February 22. No action is required for accounts using an identity provider (IDP) and/or configuration which supports dynamic metadata refresh, as the account’s IDP will automatically download the latest Zoom certificate and rotate it into the account’s configuration. For accounts with automatic rotation disabled or their IDP does not support automatic certificate rotation, admins can begin the certificate rotation process by selecting the new certificate in the Zoom web portal (Admin > Advanced > Single Sign On settings).
- Fixed an issue where users were unable to change their display name in their profile
- Fixed an issue where alternative hosts were automatically removed from recurring meetings that didn’t have a fixed time
- Fixed an issue where users were unable to paste several email addresses to specify alternative hosts
- Minor bug fixes