Last Updated on October 11, 2021
As of 2020, Zoom welcomed more than 2 million active users worldwide. With its user-friendly controls, tiered pricing, and real-time recording, no wonder it’s the leader of corporate video calls.
Video Conferencing as the New Normal
Video conferencing became the norm when most employees had to work from home. With Zoom, you can host meetings, sync events with your calendar (so you don’t forget), and catch up with co-workers. Seeing colleagues has helped some feel less alone during the pandemic.
Part of Zoom’s popularity is its ease of use. Even non-tech savvy folks can get it up and running in a few minutes. The host just needs to create a meeting, send an invitation, and have participants download the app to get started. When everyone’s ready, just jump in.
Of course, video calls aren’t without hang-ups. There are distractions, such as pets, children, outside noises, and tech glitches. There are also security issues, such as Zoom bombing.
This happens when someone who is NOT part of the meeting suddenly disrupts it. Hosts can prevent this by: a) setting up a strong password for the event; b) enabling the Waiting Room feature; or c) locking the meeting.
Zoom’s tiered pricing is pretty straightforward and affordable for small businesses. There’s the free option, which is free for life and requires NO credit card. This plan also lets you host up to 100 participants, hold unlimited meetings of up to 40 minutes each, and enjoy private and group chat features.
Funny Zoom Memes
Even though lots of employees are slowly returning to their offices, it’s no surprise if many would prefer to continue working from home. As such, Zoom meetings are here to stay. So don’t uninstall it just yet.
For now, indulge yourself in these hilarious Zoom memes that are so relatable – because they’re actually true. Enjoy!