Absolutely the best combination of features across a multitude of applications, from simple tag-up meetings to integrating legacy H.323 video teleconferencing systems, leaving no chance for the tech to get in the way.
I love that Zoom has a feature for a larger group to split up into smaller groups via the breakout room feature. It’s a great way to have smaller conversations about the topic at hand and then rejoin the larger group.
Ease of use and the fact that most people are familiar with it
Best connection servers out of all. Ability to crate video links easily.
Classic and reliable - used at both startups and at corporate job.
Zoom manages to make remote communication feel fun and personal, and it's getting better. The addition of personal backgrounds and emoji reactions allows for multidimensional communication. We recently used it for a 150 person remote meetup and it was exceptional.
It's consistent & reliable compared to all other conferencing software I have used.
Lightweight conferencing experience that doesn't [usually] try to take over the whole computer (except that one time that it did: https://9to5mac.com/2019/07/10/zoom-apple-macos-update/).
It's reliable, and other than the creepy daemon security vulnerability from late last year, I trust them with all my meetings.
it has a very reliable connection (even in poor internet). I actually use it a lot to schedule meetings and you can choose all the dial in options, then it creates a calendar event for you (it's become a bit like a calendar for me).
the screen sharing options e.g. you can share your iphone to do demos and a whiteboard to sketch on.
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