Thursday, August 18

Zoom will shorten free video calls between two people | Digital Trends Spanish


The pandemic and the lockdown made zoom one of people’s favorite apps. But now that this phenomenon has passed, the video calling app has stabilized in use, which is why its creators continue to make small changes, such as continuing to shorten free meetings between two people.

Those of you who create Zoom meetings with a free account will now be kicked out after 40 minutes, no matter how many people are on the call. As of July 15, Zoom is restricting meetings between just two people to that 40-minute length. Previously, only free calls with three or more people were subject to this limitation.

“On July 15, 2022, Zoom is changing the meeting length limit for 1:1 meetings hosted by basic (free) users on paid accounts to 40 minutes,” the company explained in a statement. a support page. “This change creates a consistent 40-minute meeting duration limit for all meetings hosted by basic (free) users across all account types. This includes 1:1 meetings, group meetings, and personal meeting rooms.”

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