Zoom desktop apps now support gesture recognition


Now you don’t need to use iPhone or iPad for using Zoom’s gesture recognition. Zoom has updated its desktop apps for Windows and Macs to bring support for visual gestures. Now while using the Zoom desktop app, you can raise your hand to raise your hand in a meeting or give a thumbs-up to send a thumbs up.

Zoom gesture recognition

The company confirms that Raise Hand and Thumbs Up reactions are supported in client version 5.10.3 or higher. It is disabled at the client level by default and can be enabled at the account, group, or user level.

The company has also announced several other features along with gestures support. The most notable update is in the Zoom Whiteboard. Now Zoom Whiteboard is a separate product inside Zoom. It is a cross-platform, persistent, online, visual collaboration solution to take your meeting to a new level.

Also see: Zoom Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows and macOS

Now it is also easier to manage breakout rooms and polls. Zoom is also enhancing security. If it detects a suspicious login for a work email login, it will ask to enter a one-time password.

Zoom has also updated Asia Pacific data centers to offer an even higher quality audio conferencing experience

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