- Zoom, a popular video communications company, has published over 50 third-party apps known as Zoom Apps.
- Users may now share and transmit Zoom Apps to other participants immediately within meetings to encourage collaboration and interaction.
- Zoom Applications allows everyone in your meetings to access and work in the same apps, allowing you to get more done together.
- With the option to extend and collapse the Apps side panel, run your app in a new window, and move between multiple Zoom Apps at once.
Zoom, a popular video communications company, has published over 50 third-party apps, often known as Zoom Apps. It is a new form of in-product connectivity that allows Zoom Meetings customers to access their favorite apps.
Users may enhance their experience by using a variety of applications that span a wide range of use cases, such as whiteboarding, project management, note-taking, and gaming. They may access third-party applications using Zoom’s desktop client’s ‘Apps’ page, then click ‘Discover’ to see a list of available Zoom Apps and add their favorites. The applications will be available under the ‘My Apps’ page after they have been uploaded.
Users can now share and transmit Zoom Apps to other participants immediately within meetings to encourage collaboration and interaction. Asana, Dropbox Spaces, Dot Collector, Heads Up!, Kahoot!, and Live2Coursera are some of the current Zoom Apps.
The apps enhance their Zoom experience by installing applications that cover a wide range of use cases, such as whiteboarding, project management, note-taking, gaming, and more!
“Zoom Apps are an important component in Zoom’s shift from an app to a platform since they enable seamless integration of third-party apps within Zoom,” said Zeus Kerravala, Principal Analyst at ZK Research. “Zoom Applications provide users access to their favorite entertainment, productivity, wellness, and lifestyle apps while still preserving the Zoom meeting experience – allowing them to do more with video communications.”
Zoom Applications allows everyone in your meetings to access and work in the same apps, allowing you to get more done together. You can now share and transmit Zoom Apps to other participants from within your meetings to encourage collaboration and interaction.
You may use Zoom Apps to simplify workflows, communicate with colleagues, and incorporate aspects of fun and wellness into relationships with coworkers, friends, and family members. With the option to extend and collapse the Apps side panel, run your app in a new window, and move between multiple Zoom Apps at once, Zoom Apps provides plenty of screen area for collaboration.
Here are some of the 50+ applications now available to make your meetings more efficient, organized, engaging, collaborative, joyful, creative, and entertaining, as described by developers:
Organize purposeful meetings with the option to generate in-meeting action items and next actions ahead of time so your teams can always move forward with clarity. You may also use the Zoom Meeting to create, amend, and assign tasks.
With the Dropbox Spaces app for Zoom, you can get more out of your meetings. Before, during, and after Zoom Meetings, keep everyone on the same page by interacting in real-time in a single shared workspace.
Through real-time feedback and polling, the Dot Collector app allows everyone in a meeting to contribute their point of view. Dots are gathered, communicated, and saved in a methodical manner, allowing modifications to be performed in real-time and overtime.
The Dot Collector encourages more inclusive cooperation, transparency, and meaningful relationships among coworkers, while also providing people with insights that enable them to reach their full potential.
Funtivity by Hermis
Funtivity offers activities and content for a wide range of events, including team development, conference breakout sessions, cultural events, and more. There’s something for everyone to enjoy with over a dozen distinct activities and new expertly created events added every week.
Funtivity delivers event insights and analytics that may be utilized to help teams work more effectively.
Ellen DeGeneres’ Heads Up! is a fun and entertaining game. Heads Up! is a great party game to play with your friends, as well as a fun way to spend time with your coworkers while waiting for meetings to begin. Ellen Digital and Playco created the app for Zoom.
Heads Up! by Ellen DeGeneres is a fun and engaging game. Heads Up! is a fun party game to play with your friends as well as a pleasant way to spend time with your coworkers while waiting for meetings to start. Zoom’s app was built by Ellen Digital and Playco.
College and university teachers can teach quickly and confidently using the Live2Coursera app, knowing that their students may study at their own speed at any time and from any location. The software makes it simple for teachers to record, share, and post live lectures to Coursera. Students can also view and download lectures by selecting the optimal download option for their bandwidth.
“When you look good, you feel good,” as the adage goes. With the Pexels app, you can now look and feel beautiful from wherever you are, thanks to an infinite number of photo and video selections for your virtual background.
SurveyMonkey Enterprise by Momentive
Drive more engaging and inclusive meetings with real-time input from surveys and polls straight within the Zoom meeting experience. Capture the best stakeholder insights from consumers, workers, patients, or anyone else who attends a meeting. Take steps to improve staff engagement, the client or patient experience, and the productivity of remote meetings.
Wellness That Works by WW
With push reminders to stand and stretch, as well as a hydration tracker, attitude tools, and go-to recipes, Wellbeing that Works by WW, a leader in weight loss and wellness, helps users exercise more, eat better, and alter their mentality. Wellness that Works bolsters WW’s reputation in behavior change science by assisting consumers in developing and maintaining healthy behaviors everywhere they go… even in meetings!
With admin settings, your company’s IT administrators may also regulate how Zoom Apps are utilized across your firm. Your admin may require pre-approval before adding certain Zoom Applications, so be sure they have authorized the apps you want to utilize in your meetings.