Release notes for June 15, 2020
Note: The information in the past release notes may have been superseded by subsequent release notes. Please review all current release notes carefully.
For full notes including version numbers, please see the operating system release notes.
Windows | macOS | Linux | iOS* | Android
*The iOS release requires Apple approval and may take a few additional days to appear in the App Store.
Changes to existing features
Ask all to unmute for meetings of 200 participants or fewer - Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android
The meeting host can now ask all participants to unmute for meetings with 200 participants or fewer. This option is available in the host controls by clicking Participants, then More.
New and enhanced features
Option to delete questions - Windows, macOS, iOS, Android
The host or panelists can now choose to delete questions submitted through the Q&A during a webinar.
Enhanced notification settings - Linux
Users on Linux can now choose to display a count of the unread messages, play a sound when receiving a new message, select which types of messages to receive notifications for, and when to receive notifications.
Personal locations for nomadic emergency services - Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android
Users can define locations and specify an emergency address. The Zoom client will automatically save the IP address or wireless access point identifiers for the location. When a phone user places an emergency call from a defined location, the associated emergency address will be sent to emergency responders.
Reconnect option - Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android
Users will see a notification to manually reconnect to the Zoom Phone server if they disconnect.
Enhancements to hiding outbound caller ID - Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android
Users can also dial *67 before entering a phone number to hide their outbound caller ID. If users hide their caller ID, a disclaimer will warn them that it will not be effective in all countries or regions.
Display names for phone numbers - Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android
When selecting their outbound caller ID numbers, users can see display names set in the web portal. This makes it easier for users to identify numbers. The display name does not affect your caller ID.
For full notes including the version number, please see the operating system release notes.
- Minor bug fixes - Windows, macOS
For full notes including the version number, please see the VM release notes.
Resolves 103033 error with encryption
Resolves the 103033 error when trying to join an on-premise meeting, if encryption is enforced.