Zoom announced a slate of updates and new features, including a virtual whiteboard and gesture recognition. Among the updates is Zoom IQ for Sales, which uses AI to analyze calls.
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Zoom added Gesture Recognition, which means that instead of clicking on a reaction you can raise a hand or put a thumbs up to display that reaction in the call. It’s only limited to those two gestures for now, and requires client version 5.10.3 or later. It’s disabled by default at the client level and you can enable it at the account, user or individual level.
Zoom has also introduced Zoom Whiteboard, which is built into Zoom’s desktop app, Zoom Meetings, and Zoom Rooms. Zoom plans to add support for Zoom Chat soon. It also allows you to use sticky notes and add images and save the whiteboard after the meeting. It’s available on Zoom version 5.10.3 or higher, and