Additional Zoom meeting room controls will now be available on smartphones
The video chat app has announced the general availability of new Zoom Rooms innovations that will help organisations safely re-enter the office and sustain an ‘everywhere workforce'.
"Pair your iOS or Android mobile client to a
With supported cameras, Zoom users can see how many people are in a room in real time on the Dashboard and on the Scheduling Display, to ensure social distancing mandates are met and meeting spaces aren't overcrowded.
"As the world plans to safely reopen businesses, educational institutions, healthcare facilities, and government entities, we are focused on innovating across our platform to support their needs," said Oded Gal, Chief Product Officer of Zoom.
Zoom users can also monitor a room's environment and air quality.
"Neat Bar", a Zoom Rooms Appliance, includes an advanced set of capabilities called "Neat Sense", which lets you monitor your meeting rooms for things like air quality, humidity, carbon dioxide, and volatile organic compounds to keep occupants safe and healthy.
People can now send a Zoom Rooms for Touch whiteboard to Zoom Chat or email.
"If it's a personal Zoom Room, you can also send it to your chat groups. This helps streamline content sharing outside the meeting room, greatly improving cohesiveness in the new hybrid workforce," the company said.
New citizenship law pulls India down in the democracy rankings — and 2021 is not looking better
Bank unions strongly oppose divestment, a bad bank and threaten to strike
Budget 2021-22 prioritises Gaganyaan, India’s human spaceflight mission, over all others — here’s why
Mukesh Ambani, Ratan Tata, and Anand Mahindra might come together for India’s new National Hydrogen Mission
Popular on BI
- India's foreign exchange reserves fall to $573 bn
- India's retail inflation dropped below 7% in July for the first time in four months
- Samsung announces Galaxy Watch5 Series with sleep tracking and IR temperature sensor
- India's exports rose to $36 billion in July; trade deficit almost triples
- Rupee, bond yield ends almost flat ahead of the long weekend