macOS版本更新資訊-July 24, 2023

version 5.15.5 (20753) for macOS

New and enhanced features

  • General features
    • WiFi signal strength tracking 
      Desktop client users can view their current WiFi connection statistics, such as RSSI level, noise, and more, through the Statistics tab in client settings. This data is also available to account admins viewing a meeting participant’s network statistics in the Zoom Dashboard, allowing them to view connectivity issues and trends over the duration of the meeting.
  • Meeting/webinar features
    • AV1 video codec 
      To provide higher quality video without also increasing bandwidth usage, Zoom is rolling out a new video codec to free accounts. Use of codecs, including AV1, is adaptive, meaning that Zoom will choose the most appropriate codec for each user’s environment.
  • Meeting features
    • Disable remote control for external users 
      Account admins can restrict the ability of guest participants to remote control another participant’s screen during share. This allows internal participants to continue to use remote control as needed, while external unauthenticated participants are blocked from requesting or being given remote control of shared screens. Previously, remote control could only be controlled for all meeting participants.
    • Hide meeting window option for in-meeting chat screenshot 
      Participants using in-meeting chat can choose to hide the Zoom meeting window when capturing a screenshot. This can be especially useful for single-screen users, as the Zoom window is immediately hidden when starting a capture, and returns when the screen shot is selected or the process is canceled.
    • Meeting Summary: Next Steps and Segment Titles 
      The Meeting Summary feature, which uses AI to analyze and summarize in-meeting discussions, is enhanced to also include a list of next steps mentioned in the meeting and titles for each segment of the meeting . These next steps and segment titles are included in the email and Team Chat summary shared with the host and participants (if allowed).
    • Unified meeting scheduler 
      The main meeting scheduler on the Home tab of the Zoom desktop client is changing to align with the event scheduler used by Zoom Calendar, simplifying scheduling with Zoom for whichever method you choose. This feature requires version 5.15.5 or higher. This change is rolling out to free accounts over the coming weeks.
  • Mail and Calendar features
    • Translation enhancement added to right-click menu actions 
      Right-clicking text that is in an email displays a menu, providing options to copy or translate the text.
    • Import Office 365 emails to Zoom Mail 
      Users can import their emails from Office 365 to their Zoom Mail account.
    • Private label for delegators 
      Delegators can move emails or filter emails into a private label in the inbox. Delegates cannot see or access emails that are in the private label.
    • Exit a delegated inbox 
      Delegates can permanently leave an inbox they are delegated. The delegator will be notified if a delegate chooses to leave their inbox.
    • Optional attendees 
      When scheduling an event, users can mark attendees Optional so that these attendees know they are not required to join.Once the meeting is created, optional attendees will receive invitation emails that indicate they are not required to join the meeting.
    • Support for Whiteboard integration with Zoom Calendar 
      When users create a Zoom Calendar invite, they can add a new or existing whiteboard directly in their invite. When users attach a whiteboard to an invite, it becomes a simplified link in the email invite.
    • Suggested times when scheduling an event 
      The suggested time automatically recommends available time slots based on all attendees’ availability. Previously, when scheduling an event/meeting, the host manually looked at each attendee’s availability to find a mutually available time.
      Note: This feature is currently only available for Google and Zoom Calendar users.
    • Show secondary time zone 
      Users can see two time zones side by side when they collaborate with a colleague from a different time zone. Users can also enable or disable the second time zone when they schedule meetings with colleagues in the same time zone. Additionally, users can also customize the name of each time zone.

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes
  • Security enhancements
  • Resolved an issue for a subset of users regarding the possibility of calls unexpectedly merging 
  • Resolved an issue regarding the 4294967295 error code encountered when scheduling meetings 
  • Resolved an issue regarding client settings being lost after an OS update 

資料出處 Zoom總公司官網

macOS版本更新資訊-July 10, 2023

version 5.15.3 (20121) for macOS

New and enhanced features

  • General features
    • Additional MSI/PLIST/GPO/MDM option
      • Disable first install onboarding experience – DisableZoomOnboarding 
        Disabled by default, this allows admins to disable the onboarding experience displayed the first time the Zoom desktop client is installed.

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes

資料出處 Zoom總公司官網

macOS版本更新資訊-June 21, 2023

version 5.15.0 (19644) for macOS

Notes:

  • This version has been removed and is replaced by version 5.15.2
  • This client release was originally scheduled for June 19, but has been delayed 2 days.

Changes to existing features

  • Team Chat message retention logic 
    Cloud storage retention logic is changed to be more simplified and predictable for group chats and channels that include members from different groups or accounts with differing cloud storage retention periods. All group chats and channels will follow the cloud storage retention period of the owner for that group chat or channel. 1:1 chats will continue to use the shortest retention period between the users.

New and enhanced features

  • Meeting/webinar features
    • Pinch/Scroll to zoom shared content 
      Users viewing shared content can more easily adjust their current view by using the Cmd + track wheel (macOS and Linux) shortcut with a mouse or pinch-to-zoom with a trackpad.
  • Meeting features
    • Share multiple desktop screens 
      Screen sharing has been enhanced to allow meeting participants to share 2 desktop screens at once. Previously, participants could only share one desktop or multiple different open programs at the same time.
    • Suspend participant activities enhancement for breakout rooms 
      When the host of the meeting uses the Suspend Participant Activities option under Security controls, in addition to stopping all screen shares, video, and audio, all breakout rooms will be closed and participants are returned to the main session. Previously, breakout rooms were unaffected by this security control.
  • Webinar features
    • Transfer webinars between devices 
      Seamlessly transition Zoom Webinars from mobile to desktop and back to mobile, allowing users to take advantage of the mobility of the mobile client and the more feature-rich desktop client to suit their needs.
    • Webinar Breakout Rooms 
      Webinar hosts can create smaller breakout sessions during their webinar, similar to those available in Zoom Meetings. The host can specify how many rooms they want to create, then manually assign attendees to each room, or have attendees automatically assigned to rooms. These breakout rooms are independent in terms of audio and video from the main webinar session, but hosts can move freely in, out, and between open breakout rooms. Webinars can have up to 1000 attendees split across 100 rooms. This requires a Zoom Events or Zoom Sessions license. This feature will not be immediately available, as it is dependent on a backend server update currently scheduled for June 26, 2023.
  • Team Chat features
    • Enhanced mobile Team Chat information architecture 
      The mobile Team Chat experience has been redesigned to enhance its organization and improve usability. The following changes have been made:
      • Vertical toolbar tabs: Mobile users can see vertical toolbar tabs, similar to the desktop version.
      • Customizable toolbar order: Users have the flexibility to customize the order of the toolbar according to their preferences.
      • Message ordering: Messages are now listed in the order of unread to most recent.
      • Filters: Filters have been added to provide users with different views, such as Mentions, Direct Messages, and Unread messages.
      • User Profile icon relocation: The User Profile icon has been moved to the top left corner of the mobile screen for easier access to status messages and Team Chat settings.
    • Screen sharing in Team Chat 
      Users of Team Chat can instantly share their screen during a one-on-one chat. Similar to screen sharing options in meetings, Team Chat users have the flexibility to choose what they want to share and can even share multiple screens. This feature must be enabled by Zoom and will not be immediately available, as it is dependent on a backend server update currently scheduled for June 24, 2023.
  • Mail and Calendar features
    • Import emails to Zoom Mail 
      Users can import their emails from Gmail to their Zoom Email account.
    • Shared inboxes in Zoom Mail 
      Users can access and use shared inboxes from Zoom Mail.
    • Mention users in an email 
      Users can mention other users when composing an email. Users can type @username to highlight other users’ names in an email, and those users will be added to the recipients list if they are not already included.
    • Show calendar provider account 
      When users access Zoom Calendar client settings, they can use the Accounts section to see the email account that they signed in with and view other email provider accounts. The events of the selected provider will appear in the calendar home page.
    • Show or hide declined events 
      Users can choose to display or hide all their declined meetings on their calendar.
    • Access settings for Google and Microsoft calendars in Zoom Calendar Settings 
      Users can control settings for Google and Microsoft in the Zoom client’s Calendar Settings. Previously, users had to return to the provider’s native calendar page to access those calendar’s settings.
    • Join button for Zoom meetings 
      In the Calendar tab, a Join button will appear on the top-left corner of the event card 15 minutes before and after an event/meeting starts. This is consistent with the sidebar behavior. Users can click the Join button on the event card to automatically join a Zoom meeting.
      Note: The Join button will not appear for declined events.
    • Unified Zoom Calendar scheduler window 
      Users who have Zoom Calendar enabled can open the sidebar scheduler that has the Find a Time feature when scheduling meetings in the Home tab, calendar, or channels. Users who have Zoom Calendar disabled will continue to use the existing scheduler pop-up window.
    • Meeting Assets
      When enabled, hosts and participants with a calendar integration set up can view meeting assets, which are a helpful way to keep track of important details before, during, and after the meeting. Meeting assets include participant join status, meeting chat links and attachments, and recordings.
  • Phone features
    • Silence incoming calls 
      Users can silence any incoming calls as desired.
    • Add participants to barged phone calls 
      If a user belongs to a shared line group, they have the ability to include additional participants in calls that they have barged in (interrupted). In such calls, it is possible to add up to 10 participants.
    • Opt in/out of Shared Line Groups 
      Users now have the option to conveniently opt in or out of a shared line group directly from their Zoom client. In the event that a shared line group is deactivated by their admin, users can easily identify the inactive status of the shared line group within their web portal settings.
  • Contact Center features
    • Live transcriptions for voice engagements 
      If enabled by an admin, agents can view live transcriptions during voice engagements. Admins can enable a prompt to play when the transcription has started or ended.

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes
  • Security enhancements
  • Resolved an issue regarding external contacts not appearing properly when drafting an SMS
  • Resolved an issue regarding meeting invites using Zoom Phone potentially adding multiple duplicate phone-audio participants to the meeting 
  • Resolved an SMS issue regarding the Your direct number has been removed by your admin error 
  • Resolved a network connection issue causing audio and video freezes 
  • Resolved an issue where a Contact Center call notification was unexpectedly immediately answered with the Spacebar 
  • Resolved a screen sharing issue for a subset of users where the top toolbar slowly flickers during a slide presentation

Note: The Enhanced feedback form feature has been pulled from release due to a late deployment issue, and will be available in another upcoming release.

資料出處 Zoom總公司官網

macOS版本更新資訊-June 5, 2023

version 5.14.10 (19202) for macOS

Changes to existing features

  • Desktop client dropdown menu consolidation 
    The dropdown menu, located in the top-right corner of the desktop client, has been enhanced to consolidate the various options. Non-essential items are removed, some options accessed through sub-menus, and the order of menu items was adjusted. Lastly, the option to switch between portrait and landscape views will be removed, although still accessible through keyboard shortcuts.
  • Show meeting controls setting 
    The Always show meeting control setting will be permanently available in the client, regardless of whether it is enabled or disabled in the web portal. The web setting will no longer be used to control the availability of this feature in the client, and users will not be able to toggle it on or off through the web portal. Previously, the state of the web setting directly controlled the visibility of the corresponding client setting.

New and enhanced features

  • General features
    • Support for name pronunciation in Profile card 
      Users that have added a description of how to pronounce their name in their Profile page in the Zoom web portal, will have an additional tooltip next to their name in their Profile card, indicating how their name is properly pronounced. This feature will not be immediately available, as it is dependent on a backend server update currently scheduled for June 5, 2023.
    • Additional MSI/PLIST/GPO/MDM options
      • Remove Sign up option – DisableUserSignUp 
        Disabled by default, this policy allows admins to disable the Sign Up option on the Zoom app, which would otherwise be displayed with Join a Meeting and Sign In options upon opening the Zoom app.
  • Meeting/webinar features
    • Enhanced captioning control for hosts/co-host 
      Hosts can have greater control of captioning use and the speaking language for the meeting. If enabled in web settings, captions can only be enabled by the host. Participants in the meeting can request captioning be enabled, which prompts the host (and co-hosts) to enable captioning and choose a speaking language. This feature will not be immediately available, as it is dependent on a backend server update currently scheduled for June 11, 2023.
    • Zoom IQ Meeting Summary
      Hosts can initiate an AI generated summarization of the current meeting. This summary is emailed, as well as posted to Team Chat. The ability to receive the meeting summary can be restricted to the host alone, the host along with users on their same account, or extended to all attendees of the meeting, including invitees outside of their organization. All meeting participants will be notified that the summary is being generated, and the meeting host can stop the summary at any time, if necessary. This feature is available as a free trial for Zoom Pro, Zoom Business, Zoom One Business Plus, Zoom One Enterprise, Zoom One Enterprise Plus, and Enterprise Bundle accounts. This feature will not be immediately available, as it is dependent on a backend server update currently scheduled for June 5, 2023.
    • Persistent audio channel selection 
      When utilizing multiple audio channel inputs, those selections will be persistent between meetings, removing the need to set these audio preferences each meeting.
  • Meeting features
    • Raise hand enhancements 
      The visibility of participants that have raised their hand is enhanced to make it easier for hosts to be aware of raised hands and take action to address that participant. A new notification will appear for those who raised their hand, with the option to immediately open the Participants panel and take action, such as requesting their unmute to ask their question. Users can enable an audio chime through client settings for when someone raises their hand. Lastly, after speaking with your hand raised, Zoom will start a countdown to lower your hand, unless manually canceled by the user. This feature must be enabled by Zoom.
    • Continuous Meeting Chat file and images synchronization 
      Files and images shared during the meeting synchronize with the dedicated group chat created for the meeting, allowing participants to access them after the meeting. In the same fashion, files and images shared in the dedicated meeting group chat will synchronize with in-meeting chat.
  • Team Chat features
    • Continuous Meeting Chat file and images synchronization 
      Files and images shared during the meeting synchronize with the dedicated group chat created for the meeting, allowing participants to access them after the meeting. In the same fashion, files and images shared in the dedicated meeting group chat will synchronize with in-meeting chat.
    • Chat Compose with Zoom IQ 
      Compose with Zoom IQ in Team Chat writes your messages for you by leveraging context from your conversation. You’ll maintain the ability to change messages by adding tone, inputting prompts, or changing the length of the message to give you confidence in what you’re communicating. This feature will not be immediately available, as it is dependent on a backend server update currently scheduled for June 5, 2023.
  • Mail and Calendar features
    • Delegate access for Zoom Mail Service 
      Zoom Mail Service users can assign delegate mail access for other Zoom Mail Service users on their account, allowing them to view, reply, and compose emails on behalf of the user. Delegating users can also enable settings to include the delegate’s email on outgoing email (Sent by…) and keep emails marked as unread, even if the delegate has opened it. Additionally, users assigning delegated access will automatically have the encryption key change notification enabled for each delegated user.
    • Mobile email notification support
      Mobile users can receive notifications when receiving an email through the Zoom Mail Client, providing the sender, subject, and a preview of the body at a glance. Notifications for encrypted emails while the app is not active will not display this information, and instead be a generic new email message. Email notifications can be enabled/disabled through the mail settings in the Zoom app.
    • Email templates 
      Users can create email templates to facilitate sending repeated emails with prepared content. Templates can include images and rich-text formatting, as well as be shared with others in your account.
    • Option to hide booking schedules 
      Calendar users also utilizing Zoom Scheduler can choose the visibility of their booking schedules when viewing their calendar. These are outlined on the left side of each calendar day, indicating when a booking schedule is active and meetings may potentially be scheduled.
    • Support for scheduling Zoom Room as location 
      Calendar users with Zoom Rooms on their account can easily search for and select Zoom Rooms as the location for the meeting, reserving the specified Zoom Room for that date and time and adding the calendar event to the Zoom Room’s upcoming meetings for that date.
    • Show invitee’s calendar when scheduling 
      When creating a calendar event, each additional invitee’s calendar events will be shown next to your own, aiding in finding a date and time that suits all invitees.
  • Phone features
    • Share missed call details 
      Users who have been assigned a Power Pack license can now take notes during or after a call and easily share the details with anyone using Zoom Team’s chat messaging feature. As a Power Pack user, you also have the option to create multiple call drafts and save them for later, in case you need more time to review and finalize your notes before sending them. The notes can include important details like the caller’s name, phone number, date and time of the call, and entry point of the call. This feature requires version 5.14.10 or higher.
    • IP address access restriction for SMS attachments 
      Users will be unable to access their SMS attachments if they are not accessing them from the specific IP addresses permitted by the admins.

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes
  • Security enhancements
  • Resolved an issue regarding date formatting 
  • Resolved an issue for a subset of users when using a join link with the embedded passcode and still being prompted for the passcode 
  • Resolved an issue for a subset of users regarding editing a meeting causing the scheduled duration to change 
  • Resolved an issue regarding SSL and UDP proxy-connections 
  • Resolved an issue regarding status presence syncing with Outlook if personal contacts have a matching email in Zoom contacts 
  • Resolved an issue regarding inability to create more than 50 breakout rooms 
  • Resolved an issue regarding Zoom Room PTZ controls not displaying properly

資料出處 Zoom總公司官網

macOS版本更新資訊-April 24, 2023

version 5.14.6 (17822) for macOS

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes
  • Resolved an issue regarding potential crashes when disabling an attendee’s ability to speak in a No Fixed Time webinar 

資料出處 Zoom總公司官網

macOS版本更新資訊-April 18, 2023

version 5.14.5 (17687) for macOS

New and enhanced features

  • General features
    • Additional MSI/PLIST/GPO/MDM options
      • Allow use of Zoom Mesh – EnableMeshNetworking 
        Enabled by default, this policy allows admins to control use of Zoom Mesh, even if Zoom Mesh is enabled and deployed for their account and location.
  • Meeting/webinar features
    • Custom text color for captions 
      Users can customize the color of the captioning text with a color palette to suit their needs for automated and translated captions.
  • Meeting features
    • Interpreter exemption to host preventing participants from unmuting 
      Host designated interpreters will be able to unmute themselves even when the host prevents participants from unmuting themselves. Previously, all participants in a meeting, except for the host and co-host, were blocked from unmuting if the host prevented unmuting through the in-meeting security controls.
    • Zoom IQ Meeting Summary 
      Users can enable this feature to take advantage of the wealth of information generated in meetings. After enabling on the web portal, the smart summary will create transcripts of your meetings, including next steps for participants. All meeting participants will be notified that the summary is being generated, and the meeting host can stop the smart summary at any time, if necessary.
  • Webinar features
    • Webinar automated and translated captions enhancements 
      Translated captions in webinars are enhanced to make it simpler for attendees while providing hosts with greater control before the webinar starts. Hosts can set their own speaking language, as well as the speaking language of the webinar and of each panelist, before the webinars starts. To avoid confusion, webinar attendees will have the speaking language option removed from their controls, but can still choose the language they want captions translated to if translated captions are available in the webinar.
    • Webinar Resources – Speakers details 
      Webinar hosts can also add information about their speakers, which will appear in the Resources tab during the live webinar. Information such as name, profile picture, job title, company details, biography, and links to social media can be provided. This feature will not be immediately available, as it is dependent on a backend server update currently scheduled for May 13, 2023. 
  • Team Chat features
    • Changing Continuous Meeting Chat ownership 
      Users with scheduling privileges can change the host of a meeting, and if Continuous Meeting Chat is enabled, the ownership of that associated chat channel will also be transferred to the new host.
    • Adding guest participants to dedicated group chat for Continuous Meeting Chat
      When the host ends a meeting with Continuous Meeting Chat enabled and guest participants in attendance, the host will be prompted to review the guest attendees and choose if they want them added to the group chat and continue having access to the discussion. By default, guest participants, which are participants not directly invited to the meeting through the calendar event, only have access to the chat discussion while in the meeting.
    • Increase max file size for Team Chat (1:1s, Group Chats, Channels) 
      The maximum file size that Team Chat users can upload and share files with others is increased to 1 GB per file. Account owners and admins who use file transfer controls can allow files of up to 1 GB to be shared in a Team Chat. Previously admins could allow files of up to 512 MB.
    • Additional supported languages for Message Translation 
      The following additional languages are supported: Arabic, Hebrew, Bangla, Danish, Indonesian, Malay, Norwegian, Tagalog, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, and Swedish.
  • Mail and Calendar features
    • Sort inbox by unread 
      Users can sort their emails to view their unread emails first.
    • Out-of-office notice for internal recipients 
      When adding an internal recipient to an email and that recipient currently has their status set to Out of Office, users will be notified of that user’s current status. This can set the expectation that the recipient may not respond promptly.
    • Encryption key change notification 
      Zoom Mail Service users can choose to be notified when a recipient’s encryption key has changed, which can help prompt users to reach out to the recipient through another method, confirming the change is to be expected and there is no security risk with this change.
  • Contact Center features 
    • Take over video engagements 
      If enabled by an admin, supervisors can take over an active video engagement.
    • Transfer to Zoom Phone voicemail 
      Agents can transfer a voice engagement directly to a Zoom Phone user’s voicemail.
    • Ask consumer to unmute
      Agents can use the participants list to ask the consumer to unmute. Participants will receive a prompt asking them to confirm the action to unmute.
    • Address book contacts for chat and video 
      Agents can add web chat and video consumers to the address book. This applies to in-app and web engagements in the chat and video channel. When agents receive an engagement, they will see the associated contact’s information.

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes
  • Resolved an issue regarding OTP verification failures
  • Resolved an issue with incorrect Portuguese localizations of scheduling options
  • Resolved an issue regarding special characters not being displayed correctly in the Activity Center
  • Resolved an issue regarding slide control compatibility with the Czech language localization of Powerpoint
  • Resolved an issue regarding call forwarding causing the call to drop 
  • Resolved an issue regarding links being improperly recognized as links to a Team Chat message 
  • Resolved an issue regarding personal contact information not being pulled correctly 
  • Resolved an issue regarding recent Team Chat messages not syncing properly

Note: The Zoom IQ Meeting Summary and Continuous Meeting Chat file and images synchronization features have been pulled from release due to compatibility issues and will be available in another upcoming release. 

資料出處 Zoom總公司官網

macOS版本更新資訊-April 3, 2023

version 5.14.2 (17213) for macOS

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes
  • Resolved an issue regarding duplicated captions displayed when using 3rd-party captioning

資料出處 Zoom總公司官網

macOS版本更新資訊-March 20, 2023

version 5.14.0 (16775) for macOS

Changes to existing features

  • Chat response to Meeting Invitation 
    When a user invites another contact to an active meeting, the recipient can decline the invite and include a message to the person inviting them, explaining why they cannot currently attend. This response is now displayed in the meeting, rather than solely in associated Team Chat 1:1 for those users.
  • Removal of non-video panelists when sharing content 
    When panelists share their screen or a video, if no panelists have their video enabled, they will be hidden to direct focus on the shared content instead of their video-off tile. Previously, video-off tiles would remain on screen next to the shared content.

New and enhanced features

  • General features
    • Out of Office presence status 
      Users can set their status to Out of Office, better indicating the user is away for an extended period of time and will not likely respond to messages, meeting invitations, phone calls, etc.
  • Meeting/webinar features
    • Auto-start captions when joining meetings and webinars 
      Meeting participants and webinar attendees can select, through the client accessibility settings, to have automated captioning automatically appear, if captions are available in the meeting or webinar.
    • Enhanced caption customization options 
      Users can customize the width of captions in a meeting or webinar to suit their needs.
    • Raise hand enhancements 
      The visibility of participants that have raised their hand is enhanced to make it easier for hosts to be aware of raised hands and take action to address that participant. A new notification will appear for those who raised their hand, with the option to immediately open the Participants panel and take action, such as requesting their unmute to ask their question.
    • Show participant names in immersive view 
      Participants’ display names are included when placed into immersive view, making it easier to find and manage participants.
    • Screen sharing layouts for immersive view 
      When using an immersive view and a participant begins sharing their screen, the immersive view will shift to provide space for the shared content to be viewed in a modified layout. Previously, starting a screen share caused the immersive view to be stopped for all.
    • Live performance audio
      Users performing live in a meeting, with a physical instrument or their own voice, can enable the Live Performance audio option in the client, which aims to reduce the audio latency to ~30-50ms. This setting must be enabled for all users in the meeting, otherwise standard audio latency is achievable. This requires an audio device that supports 48kHz sample rate, and can be impacted by your network connection, so ethernet connections are recommended.
  • Meeting features
    • Additional gallery view sorting options 
      Hosts can sort the order of video tiles in Gallery view, choosing from options including sorting by first name (ascending and descending), last name (ascending and descending) and meeting entry time (ascending and descending). This feature must be enabled for use by an admin in web settings.
    • Retain chat messages from breakout rooms 
      When using the new meeting chat experience, users will be able to view the main meeting chat message history when they join a breakout room and also view breakout room chat history when they return to the main meeting. Previously, the new meeting chat experience did not support messages following in and out of breakout rooms.
    • Chat failover recovery support for new meeting chat experience 
      In situations when the Zoom app crashes unexpectedly during a meeting, the new meeting chat experience will be able to recover messages you previously had access to when rejoining the meeting.
    • Continuous Meeting Chat 
      Meeting hosts can schedule a meeting and invite contacts, who are added to both the calendar event for the meeting and the dedicated Team Chat group chat. This group chat and its messages are accessible by members before, during, and after the scheduled meeting.
  • Whiteboard features
    • Zoom Whiteboard data encryption 
      Zoom has implemented the Zoom Customer Managed Key (CMK) to encrypt all whiteboard data on canvas and comments. Encryption is available at the whiteboard level, giving users granular control over individual whiteboards.
  • Team Chat features
    • Restrict/disable @all mentions in a channel 
      If allowed by admins, Team Chat channel owners can disable or restrict use of the @all mention within that channel.
    • Message translation 
      Users can translate messages sent to them in other languages, better facilitating communication between teams in different regions. Zoom will detect the language of the original message and, when prompted, translate the message to the default language used by the Zoom app. Users can also choose other target languages for the message to translate to. This feature will not be immediately available, as it is dependent on a backend server update currently scheduled for April 2nd.
    • Support for Team Chat message encryption with Customer Managed Key (CMK)
      Customer Managed Key (CMK) encryption can be extended to include encryption of Team Chat messages. Team Chat messages join other items already covered by CMK encryption, including Zoom Phone voicemails and recordings, Meeting and Webinar recordings, compliance archiving, and certain tokens.
  • Zoom Mail and Calendar
    • Dark mode for Zoom Mail 
      The Zoom Mail tab supports displaying your inbox in the dark theme.
  • Phone features
    • Zoom Assistant 
      If the phone feature is enabled by their admins, users with a Zoom Phone Pro license will have access to an onscreen phone panel allowing them to search for contacts, create and manage speed dials, take, make, and transfer calls. With the addition of the Power Pack license, the same UI panel will provide the user with additional functionalities to answer calls for call queues and shared lines groups. Users can manage the visibility of Zoom Assistant from their client settings. This feature requires the client version 5.14.0 or higher.
    • IP address access control 
      Admins can allow their users to access their phone recording and voicemail attachments only from specific IP addresses. If the user is out of the designated IP address, those items will not be accessible in the client.
    • Chat channel for call queues 
      If enabled by their admin, members of a call queue will be able to directly communicate with each other through an admin-created chat channel.
    • Enhancement to Personal Contacts
      Users can now create a personal contact directly from their call history using the phone number associated with any inbound or outbound call. The contact can then be starred for quick access. Users will be able to enter items such as the first and last name of the caller, their company, their email when adding the contact.
  • Contact Center features
    • Queue selection enforced for direct voice transfers 
      If an agent transfers a voice engagement to another contact center user, they can only transfer to users who are also members of at least one queue. If the agent is transferring to a user who is a member of more than one queue, they will be prompted to select the voice queue that the engagement will be a part of.
    • Warm transfer video engagement 
      Agents can perform a warm transfer for video engagements to another agent or supervisor. Warm transfers enable agents to converse with the receiving agent before completing the transfer. Account owners and admins can use the engagement log to view when an agent warm transfers a video engagement.
    • Muted or low volume notification 
      Agents and consumers in voice or video engagements will see a notification if they are muted or if their speaker is set to a low volume.
    • Caller verified icon for incoming calls 
      Zoom Contact Center will show “caller verified” check marks to help agent identify potential robocalls and spam calls. A check mark icon appears if the carrier has authenticated the calling party, and they are authorized to use the calling number. The check mark icon appears in the call log and inbound voice call notifications for these inbound call scenarios:
      • Extension to extension calls in the same account.
      • Calls from Zoom Phone to Zoom Contact Center.
      • Incoming calls from the U.S. public telephone network when the originating carrier has provided an A-level attestation per STIR/SHAKEN guidelines.
    • UI enhancements to screen sharing
      Agents and consumers will see a notification panel and screen share preview when they start sharing their screen during a video engagement. The other party will also see a notification indicating they are viewing a shared screen.
    • Upgrade web chat or SMS to voice 
      If enabled by an admin, agents can upgrade a web chat or SMS engagement to a voice engagement.
    • Blurred video backgrounds 
      If enabled by an admin, agents can enable or disable blurred backgrounds during video engagements.
  • Zoom Apps features
    • Zoom Apps Collaboration through Screen Share 
      Users will be able to more easily collaborate with an app from within their meeting or webinar. When users open the screen share window, a new Apps tab will display all apps that support Collaborate mode. If the Zoom Apps quick-launch setting is disabled, they won’t be able to see the Apps tab in the screen share window.

Resolved Issues

  • Minor bug fixes
  • Security enhancements
  • Resolved an issue regarding the host not being recognized in a meeting 
  • Resolved an issue regarding the recording disclaimer text not matching text set in the web for certain localizations 
  • Resolved an issue for a subset of users regarding failed auto-record to the cloud 
  • Resolved an issue where the total number of Outlook contacts was not showing 
  • Resolved an issue regarding screen flickering when sharing screen and recording locally 
  • Resolved an issue regarding inconsistent behavior when choosing a time during scheduling a meeting 
  • Resolved an issue regarding missing ringtone setting for a shared line group without an assigned DID 
  • Resolved an issue regarding special character shortcuts not working properly with manual captioning 
  • Resolved an issue regarding the keypad not being available when inviting a SIP device to a webinar 
  • Resolved an accessibility issue regarding accessing the Remind me option for a Team Chat message
  • Resolved an issue for a subset of users regarding the Zoom app being unresponsive due to an external USB webcam on Ventura 
  • Resolved an issue regarding called numbers being modified when transferred 

Notes:

  • The Additional keyboard shortcuts enhancement have been pulled from release due to compatibility issues and will be available in another upcoming release.
  • The Cloud recording support for sign language interpretation feature has been pulled from release due to issues with deployment and will be available in another upcoming release.

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