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New updates for May 24, 2020 Follow

Note: The information in the past release notes may have been superseded by subsequent release notes. Please review all current release notes carefully.

New updates for the Zoom client

For full notes including version numbers, please see the operating system release notes. 
Windows | macOS | Linux | iOS* | Android

*The iOS release requires Apple approval and may take a few additional days to appear in the App Store. 

Changes to existing features

  • Re-enable virtual camera support - macOS
    Support for virtual cameras will be re-enabled for users on client version 5.0.4. 
  • Remove USB camera support - Android
    USB camera support will be temporarily removed for Android devices. 

New and enhanced features

  • Mirror video - iOS, Android
    Users can now enable a setting to mirror their video. 

Resolved issues

  • Minor bug fixes - macOS, Windows, Linux, iOS, Android

New updates for Zoom Rooms

For full notes including version numbers, please see the operating system release notes. 
Windows | macOS | Appliances | iOS* | Android 

*The iOS release requires Apple approval and may take a few additional days to appear in the App Store.

Changes to existing features

  • Unmuting participants - Windows, macOS
    If a host mutes a participant then unmutes the person later, a consent message will be displayed to the participant allowing them to unmute or stay muted.

New and enhanced features

  • In-meeting features
    • Security features - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS, Android
      Meeting hosts can tap the security option while in a meeting to easily access the following features: lock meeting, enable waiting room, disable chat, disable participant renaming, disable screen sharing for others, remove participant, report a participant.
    • Report a participant - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS, Android
      Meeting hosts can tap the security option while in a meeting to report a participant to Zoom trust and safety for inappropriate behavior.
    • Host selection when leaving a meeting - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS, Android
      The host will be prompted to assign a new host before leaving the meeting 
    • Waiting room - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS, Android
      Hosts in direct share meetings or phone calls will be able to allow or prevent participants from joining their meetings when waiting room is enabled. 
    • Meeting information - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS, Android
      Users can view the numeric password which is used for phone and H323/SIP call-in participants. The numeric password is displayed with the phone dial in number on the meeting information screen.
    • Starting a test meeting while not signed in - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS, Android
      Users must accept Zoom’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy via pop-up message before starting a test meeting in a Zoom Room that is not signed in. 
  • Management features
    • Recording consent customization - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS, Android
      Admins can customize the message that appears asking participants for their consent to be recorded. 
    • Logs - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS
      Admin users can enable a web setting that allows Zoom support to submit logs to Zoom on behalf of the admin, or have the logs automatically uploaded in the event of a crash.
    • Audio Logs - Windows, Appliances, iOS
      Audio Logs can now be enabled/disabled on the controller under the about page in settings.
    • Room meeting ID - Windows, Appliances, iOS
      Web admins can disable the Room Meeting ID. The Room Meeting ID will not be displayed on Zoom Rooms Controller when disabled.
  • Scheduling display features
    • Scheduling a password protected meeting - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS, Android
      Users can choose to schedule a password protected meeting and customize the meeting password from a scheduling display. If passwords are required for scheduled meetings, a password will be generated automatically and cannot be disabled from the scheduling display. 

Resolved issues

  • Security enhancements - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS, Android
  • Minor bug fixes - Windows, macOS, Appliances, iOS, Android