June 12, 2017 Version: 2.5.987.612
Closed Caption support
Hosts using the Chrome client can type Closed Caption content during a meeting, or can assign a Closed Caption editor to type the content.
Participants using the Chrome client can type Closed Caption content if the host has assigned them to type.
- Participants using the Chrome client can see the Closed Caption content that is typed by the host or the assigned Closed Caption editor.
June 9, 2017 Version: 2.4.943.609
- Minor bug fixes
May 8, 2017 Version: 2.4.943.510
- Hosts can manage participants in the waiting room
If you host a meeting from the Chrome client and your setting for Waiting room is enabled, participants automatically go to the waiting room when they join the meeting. You see the list of participants in the waiting room, and then selectively allow them to join the meeting.
- Hosts can place participants on hold
If you host a meeting from the Chrome client and your setting for Allow host to put attendee on hold is enabled, context menu for managing participants includes Put on hold, which stops video and audio transmission to that participant.
- Participants can use breakout rooms
If the meeting host creates breakout rooms, participants using the Chrome client are able to communicate with others while in the breakout room.
April 8, 2017 Version: 2.3.914.408
- Hosts can control chat access
Meeting and webinar hosts can control whether participants can chat with everyone, with panelists and the host (for webinars), or only with the host.