Have you used Zoom yet? Chances are, if you’ve worked from home since the COVID-19 pandemic began, you’ve quickly become quite familiar with the video communications software. The easy to use and simple interface Zoom offers, quickly became a work from home favorite. And there’s a good reason for that – it’s free to use and gives you one consistent enterprise experience. 

Keeping you in touch, wherever you are, Zoom helps you collaborate with your team effortlessly. It enables you to virtually interact with co-workers when in-person meetings aren’t possible and has been a huge success for not only us, but for our clients too! Since the platform took off earlier this year, we’ve been obsessed with it. 

We’ve listed down the reasons why Zoom is so great:

HD Video & Audio Conferencing

Zoom brings HD video and audio to your meetings with support for up to 1000 video participants and 49 videos on the screen.

Built-in Collaboration Tools

Multiple participants in the meeting are able to share their screens simultaneously and collaborate for a more interactive and productive meeting.

Made for Connecting

Zoom helps make meetings more fun and engaging with the ability to apply filters, backgrounds, have reactions, polls, hand raising, and even music or video sharing.

Streamlined Calendaring

When you create a Zoom meeting, the platform is able to support scheduling directly from Outlook or Gmail. 

Team Chat

Chat with groups, have a searchable history, share files with integrated file sharing, and easily jump into 1:1 or group calls.

Work From Home Effortlessly

Zoom helps you work remotely while having fun doing it. With features such as noise suppression, sharing slides are your virtual background, and appearance touch up, your meetings are taken to the next level.

Mobile Meetings

While on the go, you’re able to join Zoom meetings from anywhere. With the ability to turn on virtual backgrounds, share your screen and collaborate, and use Safe Driving Mode or Apple Carplay – you don’t need to worry about missing a meeting if you’re not near your desktop.