Remember the last time you were in the middle of an important Zoom meeting and had to face a short interruption due to an incoming video feed? A new feature called ‘stop incoming video’ has been introduced by Zoom to help customers in this situation. This video enables users to hide the video feeds from other meetings that are not there in life.
In addition to improving attentiveness, blocking all incoming videos will also allow you to save data if you are connected to a limited bandwidth service. The video conferencing application has also included additional security and audio improvement capabilities and this new feature. Aside from that, the company has added support for text format in the chat interface.
When it comes to Android users, Zoom has introduced a new feature called Google Play billing, which allows customers to pay for a pro membership without going via Zoom.
How to Use ‘Zoom Stop Incoming Video’ Feature in Meetings
Android users in certain countries can buy a monthly or yearly Zoom Pro membership via the Zoom app using the Google Play subscription service available through the Google Play subscription plan. However, it is only possible to subscribe to one license at a time, and subscriptions are controlled through Google Play rather than the Zoom Billing section in the user account.
Android users in certain countries will be able to subscribe to Zoom Pro monthly or annual via the Zoom application using the Google Play subscription service, which will be available in the Zoom application. However, it is only possible to subscribe to one license at a time, and subscriptions are controlled through Google Play rather than the Zoom Billing page in the user account.
While all of the additional features are amazing, Zoom’s ‘Stop incoming video’ option is the standout feature of the package. Users in a conference could use in-meeting controls to turn off all incoming video, according to the company’s help page, which also confirmed that the feature was revealed on its support page.
How to enable the ‘Stop Incoming Video’ feature
- Sign in as an admin to the Zoom web
- Click on the menu
- Click on Account Management
- Now click on Account Settings.
- Now click on the Meeting option.
- A drop-down menu will display when you put your cursor over In-meeting (Advanced).
- To enable or disable the “stop incoming video” option, click the “stop incoming video” button.
- If a verification message appears, to confirm the change click Enable or Disable.
Choose the lock icon, followed by the lock to confirm the settings. This will make this feature available to all users on their accounts.
Also new is rich text format support for writing new messages, replying to existing messaging, and editing previously created messages. This includes the use of bold, italics, underlining, strikethrough, highlight, text color, font size, bulleted and numbered lists, hyperlinks, and indenting on desktop computers.