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Zoom 5.2.0 (42619.0804) – Client for Meetings

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Zoom 5.2.0 (42619.0804) – Client for Meetings

Zoom is a client for meetings that provides simplified video conferencing and messaging across any device. It ofers enterprise video conferencing with real time messaging and content sharing.

Whether you are connecting multiple conference rooms or meeting with attendees from their personal desktops or mobile devices, coming together face-to-face on Zoom is as simple as a single touch. With the highest video and audio quality, bringing your team together feels just like you are in the same room. Feature-rich and simple-to-use, Zoom mobile and desktop apps bring the whole experience together with built-in cross-platform group chat.

This program enables quick adoption with meeting capabilities that make it easy to start, join, and collaborate across any device. Also it enables internal and external communications, all-hands meetings, and trainings through one communications platform.

Zoom Meetings syncs with your calendar system and delivers streamlined enterprise-grade video conferencing from desktop and mobile.

Zoom is built for modern teams

  • HD video and audio. Bring HD video and audio to your meetings with support for up to 1000 video participants and 49 videos on screen.
  • Built-in collaboration tools. Multiple participants can share their screens simultaneously and co-annotate for a more interactive meeting.
  • Meet securely. End-to-end encryption for all meetings, role-based user security, password protection, waiting rooms, and place attendee on hold.
  • Recording and transcripts. Record your meetings locally or to the cloud, with searchable transcripts.
  • Streamlined calendaring. Support scheduling or starting meetings from Outlook, Gmail, or iCal.
  • Team Chat. Chat with groups, searchable history, integrated file sharing, and 10 year archive. Easily escalate into 1:1 or group calls.

Zoom Meetings for desktop and mobile provides the tools:

  • Focus on your meeting – click record to leave the note taking to Zoom’s auto-generated, searchable transcripts
  • Share and play videos with full audio and video transmit without uploading the content
  • Look meeting-ready with Virtual Backgrounds and Touch Up My Appearance

A thoughtful approach to mobile meetings:

Today’s mobile professionals need to be able to work and video conference wherever they are. Zoom Meetings for mobile provides the same great experience that you’d expect from the desktop client and more.

  • Turn on Virtual Backgrounds and select the image of your choice (iPhone 8+ required)
  • Share your screen and co-annotate
  • Use Safe Driving Mode or Apple Carplay (iPhone only)

Zoom Chat

Integrated persistent messaging streamlines workspace collaboration across the desktop and mobile clients.

  • Create private or public groups
  • Share files and search content
  • Seamlessly start a meeting

Keep participants engaged

Power interactive meetings from any location.

  • Enable polling and Q&A
  • Allow virtual hand-raising
  • Track engagement with Attention Indicator

Administration and remote assistance made easy

Centralized IT management and remote assistance simplifies deployment and support.

  • Track utilization and usage trends
  • View version distribution
  • Assign granular permission settings (account, group, and user level)

Expanded Audio

Add audio options for everyone.

  • Free VoIP and toll-based dial-in for 55+ countries
  • Global toll free and call-out
  • Dedicated dial-in numbers

One unified app for phone, video, meetings, and chat

  • Seamlessly make and receive phone calls, share content, participate in video meetings, and send chat messages from Zoom desktop and mobile apps
  • Easily elevate phone calls to a Zoom Meeting without requiring participants to hang up and dial-in to a separate conference bridge
  • Native apps for Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android are designed for ease of use while maximizing voice and video quality of service.

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Changes in Zoom 5.2.0 (42619.0804) (August 4, 2020):

Changes to existing features

    • Meeting and webinar passwords now called Passcodes. Meeting and webinar passwords will now be called Passcodes to prevent confusion with your individual user password, which should never be shared.
    • Show annotator’s name by default. The Show Names of Annotators option while sharing content is now on by default.
    • Removed appended space after @mentions. When users enter a chat @mention, a space is no longer automatically appended after the @mention. Spaces are still appended when users enter multiple subsequent @mentions.

New and enhanced features

  • Meeting/webinar features
    • Video filters. Users can apply video filters to alter the look of their video with color grading, foreground and frame filters.
    • Share PowerPoint as Virtual Background in Beta. Users can select a PowerPoint file to use as their virtual background and move through the slides with the left and right arrows. This option is under Share Screen in the advanced options. It is currently a beta feature.
    • Adjust Touch Up My Appearance. Users can adjust the skin smoothness applied with the Touch Up My Appearance feature.
    • Adjust video brightness. Users can choose to adjust the brightness of their video automatically or manually with a slider in their video settings. This feature is useful in low-light environments.
    • Improved background noise suppression
      Users can adjust the background noise suppression applied, choosing to enable Low, Medium, High, or Automatic background noise suppression.
    • Settings for hardware acceleration for screen sharing and whiteboard. Users can now choose to enable hardware acceleration for screen sharing or whiteboard individually.
    • Support for Virtual Background on additional processors. Virtual Background is now supported on Intel i3 quad core generation 8 or higher and any Intel i4 or higher.
    • Support for gallery view for 49 participants on additional processors. AMD Ryzen 5 series now supports gallery view with 49 participants when only a single monitor is being used. AMD Ryzen 7 and 9 series and Intel i5 4-core 4th generation or higher now supports gallery view with 49 participants on single or dual monitors.
  • Meeting features
    • Share files with Microsoft SharePoint. Attendees can now share files from SharePoint directly through in-meeting chat
    • Improved Waiting Room notifications. Host now receives more notifications about attendees entering the waiting room, including during screen share and when Zoom is minimized/hidden.
    • Additional meeting reactions. In addition to the clapping and thumbs up reactions, meeting participants can now react with a heart, surprised face, laughing face, or party emoji. Those receiving the reactions will also need to have the latest version of the Zoom client to see them.
  • Chat features
    • Invite members by channel or organization. Channel and group chat admins can add members by selecting an existing channel and inviting all of those members to a their channel or group chat. They can also choose to invite an entire organization to a channel or group chat.
    • Record and send a voice message. Users can now record and send a voice message in a one-on-one chat or a channel.
    • Manage channel posting permissions. Channel and group chat admins can manage the posting permissions to choose who can send messages in their channel or group chat. They can choose to select everyone, admin only, or admin plus specific users.
    • Microsoft SharePoint File Storage Integration. Users can now upload or download files from Microsoft SharePoint.
    • Mute channel notifications. Users can now mute channel or group chat notifications, which will remove all push notifications as well as the red icon next to the channel or group chat name, on the Chat tab in the header of their client, and on the Zoom app on their dock. Users can hover over the channel name and click the downward arrow to find this setting.
    • Support first name only for @mentions. When users press backspace on an @mention to delete the user’s last name, it will continue to support the @mention functionality.
  • Phone features
    • Transfer call to any meeting. Users can transfer the active call to any meeting or enter a meeting URL.
    • Hot key support. Users can use keyboard shortcuts to control Zoom Phone, such as accept/decline call, end call, mute/unmute, and hold call.
    • View transcriptions of call recordings. Users can view the transcript of their ad-hoc or automatic call recordings while playing back the recording.
    • Combined search results for extension and direct numbers . Search results in Zoom Phone combine each phone user’s extension and direct numbers into a single search result. Previously, there were separate search results for each number.
    • Icons for call quality and encryption. While in a call, users will see icons to indicate call quality and encryption.
  • General features
    • Security section when scheduling a meeting. To allow easier access, Passcode and Waiting Room settings are displayed under the Security section when scheduling a new meeting.
    • Screen reader alerts. Users can now enable screen reader alerts to choose which notifications they would like their screen reader to announce.
    • Improved video and content sharing. Upgrades to video and content sharing to improve video quality, decrease bandwidth and CPU usage, and improve text clarity
    • Save a Multi-page Whiteboard. Meeting attendees can save a multi-page whiteboard as a single PDF or multiple PNGs.
    • Sync Zoom presence to Outlook. A user’s presence in Zoom can be synced to Outlook, sharing whether a user is in a meeting, busy, or available. The Outlook icons will be used for the status, but the wording will match what is displayed in Zoom. Users can manually override their status in Outlook.
    • Set Zoom as the default communication option in Outlook . Users can set Zoom as their default communication option in Outlook, allowing users to meet, chat, or call their contacts through Zoom with one-click.

Resolved Issues

  • Fixes an issue where the incorrect date was showing when scheduling new meetings for a subset of users
  • Fixes an issue where users received multiple notifications simultaneously of audio changes
  • Fixes an issue where Zoom windows were shared when the user checked the option Optimize Share for Full Screen Video Clip
  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 5.1.3 (28656.0709) (July 10, 2020):

  • Fixes a security issue affecting users running Windows 7 and older

Changes in Zoom 5.1.2 (28642.00705) (July 6, 2020):

  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 5.1.1 (28546.0628) (June 29, 2020):

Changes to existing features

  • Uploaded Virtual Background will not be shared across users on the same device
    Uploaded Virtual Backgrounds will now be specific to the user who is signed in. If a user uploads virtual backgrounds, they will not be visible in Zoom client settings for other users who sign in on the same device.

New and enhanced features

  • Meeting/webinar features
    • Support for account managed Virtual Backgrounds
      Account owners and admins can now add virtual backgrounds to the Zoom web portal for all users on their account. If the virtual background setting is locked, users will only have access to the admin uploaded virtual backgrounds and the Zoom default backgrounds and will not be able to add their own from the Zoom client when logged in to that Zoom account. This setting is available at the account and group level and requires Zoom client version 5.1.1.
  • Chat features
    • External Contact Invitation Privacy Disclosure
      When users send or accept an external contact invitation, they will be shown a privacy disclosure explaining that their profile information and, depending on the account IM Settings, their presence status will be visible to the external contact upon successful connection.
    • Edit the most recent message by pressing the Up key
      When the Zoom chat window is in focus, users can edit the most recent chat message by pressing the Up key.
    • Push notifications for file downloads
      Users can now receive push notifications when a share file downloads successfully, or if the file fails to download.
  • General features
    • Italian and Vietnamese language support
      The Zoom client now supports Italian and Vietnamese. By default, Zoom will match the operating system’s language if supported and users can manually select a language of their choice.

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 5.1.0 (27830.0612) (June 15, 2020):

Changes to existing features

  • Unmute all for meetings of 200 participants or fewer
    The meeting host can now unmute all participants for meetings with 200 participants or fewer. This option is available in the host controls by clicking Participants, then More. This feature requires the desktop client 5.1.0 for the participants you are unmuting, as well as the host. If participants are on the Zoom client 5.0.5 or earlier, they will stay muted and not be prompted to unmute.

New and enhanced features

  • Webinar features
    • Option to delete questions
      The host or panelists can now choose to delete questions submitted through the Q&A during a webinar.
  • Phone features
    • Personal locations for nomadic emergency services
      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
      Users will see a notification to manually reconnect to the Zoom Phone server if they disconnect.
    • Enhancements to hiding outbound caller ID
      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
      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.

Resolved issues

  • Minor bug fixes

 

Changes in Zoom 5.0.5 (26213.0602) (June 2, 2020):

Changes to existing features

  • Re-enable GIPHY
    GIPHY will be re-enabled for Zoom chat.

New and enhanced features

  • Chat features
    • Improved transparency of channel privacy controls
      When adding new channel members in the add members modal, users can now easily view their channel privacy controls which increases transparency around which type of users can be added and what message history will be available to the new users upon joining. Channel admins can even edit these privacy controls while adding the new user at the same time, thus enhancing privacy awareness for all of our customers.
    • Enabling public channel admins and members to add external users
      Channel admins and members can now add external users into their public channels. In order to do so, the channel admin must enable this privacy setting, which is available when creating or editing a channel or adding a member. For the sake of security, this new privacy option to add external users will be turned off by default for both private and public channels and admins must opt into it.

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 5.0.4 (25694.0524) (May 24, 2020):

  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 5.0.3 (24951.0515) (May 20, 2020):

Changes to existing features

  • New default screen sharing settings for accounts with single Pro licenses
    Accounts with single Pro licenses will now have the screen sharing setting Who can share? defaulted to Host Only. The meeting host will be able to change this setting in their meeting settings or during the meeting in progress, from the Security icon.
  • Language Interpretation flag icon will be replaced by language abbreviation
    The icon next to the interpreted language will now list the language abbreviation, instead of a flag.
  • Require consent if the host mutes and then unmutes a participant
    If the host mutes and then unmutes a participant individually, the participant will now receive a prompt, asking them to consent to be unmuted.
  • Remove Unmute All option
    The option to unmute all participants at once has been removed since participants now always have to consent when the host unmutes them. By default, participants can unmute themselves. The host can now enable or disable the setting to allow participants to unmute themselves from the Security icon, which can also be found in the Participants panel.

New and enhanced features

  • Meeting features
    • Access meeting information when screensharing
      Participants can now access the meeting information, such as meeting ID and password, when sharing their screen. This information can be accessed from the toolbar, under the More option.
    • New ringtone for Waiting Room and when participants join or leave a meeting
      They will hear a new chime when a participant has entered the Waiting Room or when a participant joins or leaves the meeting if the meeting host has the setting Play sound when participants join or leave enabled.

Resolved Issues

  • Fixed an issue where Virtual Background did not work with some AMD processors
  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 5.0.2 (24046.0510) (May 10, 2020):

  • Enhanced privacy design in contact details and user profile page
  • Personal information, such as email address, personal meeting ID and phone number, will be partially masked with asterisks (*). Full details will only be shown when the user explicitly clicks on the “show” option.
  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 5.0.1 (23502.0430) (April 30, 2020):

  • Support for setting to disable Personal Meeting ID (PMI). This web setting will be released on May 3, 2020.
  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 5.0.0 (23168.0427) (April 27, 2020):

Changes to existing features

  • Prevent private chatting with channel members outside of Zoom account or organization
    Users will no longer be able to privately chat with other members of the same channel if they are not on the same Zoom account or organization. To continue chatting with contacts outside of their Zoom account, they can add them as external contacts.
  • Copied URL will not include password if the web setting Embed password in meeting link for one-click join is disabled
    If the host has the web setting Embed password in meeting link for one-click join disabled in the Zoom web portal, the Zoom client will no longer include the password in the URL when inviting new participants.

New and enhanced features

    • AES 256-bit GCM encryption
      Zoom is upgrading to the AES 256-bit GCM encryption standard, which offers increased protection of your meeting data in transit and resistance against tampering. This provides confidentiality and integrity assurances on your Zoom Meeting, Zoom Video Webinar, and Zoom Phone data. This version of the Zoom client will support GCM encryption when it is automatically enabled for all accounts on May 30.
    • Meeting features
      • Report a user during a meeting
        The meeting host can now report a user during a meeting by clicking on the Security icon, then Report. This feature will generate a report which will be sent to the Zoom Trust and Safety team to evaluate any misuse of the platform and block a user if necessary.
      • Additional feedback options at the end of a meeting
        Users will now have the ability to provide additional feedback if the setting Post meeting feedback survey is enabled. This feedback can also be viewed in Dashboard and can be downloaded as a spreadsheet. This setting was previously named Display end of meeting feedback survey.
      • Enhancements to meeting end/leave flow
        The host will now be required to assign a new host when leaving the meeting. Additionally, the pop-up message asking if the host would like to leave or end the meeting will now be displayed by the Leave button.
      • Show the connected data center
        Users can see which data center they are connected to by clicking on by clicking on the info icon at the top left of the client window.
      • Select data center regions when scheduling a meeting
        Users can now select which data center regions they would like their in meeting traffic to use when scheduling a meeting.
    • Chat features
      • Indication of an external user
        Users will have the label “External” next to their name if they are not part of your Zoom account. This label will be displayed in one on one messages. This label will also be displayed in the user’s profile details when you hover over their profile picture and in the channel members list.
    • Phone features
      • Enhanced encryption
        Zoom supports secure voice calls across all supported SIP devices, desktop, and mobile clients. Zoom Phone supports standards-based encryption using SIP over TLS 1.2 Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256-bit algorithm for calls and during phone provisioning sessions. In addition, call media is transported and protected by SRTP with AES-256 bit algorithm for Zoom desktop and mobile clients, and with AES-128 bit algorithm for devices.

Resolved issues

  • Resolved an issue where a subset of meetings were deleted when an invitee with scheduling privilege declined the invitation
  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 4.6.12 (20613.0421) (April 22, 2020):

  • Re-enable clickable links in meeting chat. Users will be able to send clickable links through the in-meeting chat. The link must include http or https to be clickable.
  • Security enhancements

Changes in Zoom 4.6.11 (20559.0413) (April 14, 2020):

Changes to existing features

  • Re-enable third-party file sharing. Users on the Zoom desktop client 4.6.11 will be able to share files from third-party platforms, such as Dropbox or OneDrive if configured for their Zoom account.

New and enhanced features

  • Support for meeting password requirements. When scheduling a meeting, users on Zoom client 4.6.11 will be required to set a password that meets the requirements set by their account owner or admin set in the Zoom web portal.
  • Show message preview. Users can enable or disable a setting to show a message preview for chat messages.

Resolved issues

  • Resolved an issue where the complete version number was not displayed
  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 4.6.10 (20033.0407) (April 7, 2020):

Changes to existing features

  • Remove the meeting ID from the title bar
    The meeting ID will no longer be displayed in the title bar of the Zoom meeting window. The meeting ID can be found by clicking on by clicking on the info icon at the top left of the client window or by clicking Participants, then Invite.
  • Invite button under Participants
    The button to invite others to join your Zoom meeting is now available at the bottom of the Participants panel.
  • Local file transfer in meeting chat
    The feature file transfer in meeting chat has been re-enabled. Third-party file transfers and sharing clickable links are still disabled.

New and enhanced features 

  • Security icon in host’s meeting controls
    The meeting host will now have a Security icon in their meeting controls, which combines all of Zoom’s existing in-meeting security controls into one place. This includes locking the meeting, enabling Waiting Room, and more. Users can also now enable Waiting Room in a meeting, even if the feature was turned off before the start of the meeting.

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes

Changes in Zoom 4.6.9 (19253.0401) (April 2, 2020):

Resolved issues

  • Resolved an issue where a malicious party could use UNC links to leak a user’s hashed password
  • Resolved an issue where some users could access chat in a webinar when chat was disabled

Changes in Zoom 4.6.8 (19178.0323) (March 23, 2020):

New and enhanced features

  • View a customizable disclaimer for recording and remote control
    Users can see the customizable recording or remote control disclaimer, set in the Zoom web portal.
  • Security enhancements

Resolved issues

  • Minor bug fixes

Homepage – https://zoom.us/

Supported Operating Systems:

  • Android 5.0 or later
  • iOS 8.0 or later

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