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Zoom 5.10

Zoom has updated its eponymous video conferencing app to version 5.10 with new and enhanced features and bug fixes. The release adds support for signing into Zoom using an Apple ID on both Zoom desktop and mobile apps, adds the capability to use your Mac’s camera to detect where a face is on the screen and apply the selected avatar effect, adds support for live streaming directly to Twitch, enables hosts to rename meeting participants in the waiting room before they enter the meeting, brings support for cloud storage on the SharePoint and Box services, enables users to send short video messages to other Zoom users, resolves an issue that required re-authentication more frequently than configured, and fixes a bug that prevented uploading of virtual backgrounds in macOS 11 Big Sur. (Free, 30.5 MB, release notes, macOS 10.9+)

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  1. v5.10.1 is out today. Detailed release notes are in the update installer. Simplified notes from the website:

    March 28, 2022 version 5.10.1 (5839)

    Resolved Issues

    • Minor bug fixes
  2. Zoom release notes are often interesting reading. Sometimes the notations about new features or changes to existing ones can help make your meetings easier and more productive. They can also shed light on what Zoom is doing in the background…

    [Edit: swapped two words so my sentence made cents… er, sents… I mean sense… Wait, what did I mean to say?]

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