A half-year in the wake of declaring Immersive View, Zoom is at last propelling the feature, which presents a “more engaging and collaborative way to meet.”
Immersive View looks like Microsoft Teams’ Together Mode, where clients in a meeting can show up in a classroom, old-fashioned boardroom, and so on
Announced at Zoomtopia 2020, Immersive View permits hosts to organize video participants and webinar panelists into a single virtual background, uniting individuals into one scene to interface and work together in a strong virtual meeting space.
It’s feasible to utilize the Immersive View include with up to 25 members, making a classroom ambient, boardroom, conference auditorium, or your #1 spot to find companions.
Meeting and webinar hosts can choose Zoom’s Immersive View similarly they would choose the Speaker or Gallery View. Hosts will have the alternative to automatically or manually place participants into a virtual scene based on their choosing.
At the point when a host needs to share their screen, the Immersive View feature will end and be supplanted by the shared screen. When sharing stops, the Immersive View will start again with similar positions as in the past.
This feature is accessible in the web and macOS applications with Zoom’s version 5.6.3 or higher and is enabled by default for all Free and single Pro accounts.
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