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November 2020 updates

November 23

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Release 6.29

  • Webcams are now available! You can now view up to 16 other guests' webcams on the Meeting tab.

    Important: You must be connected to Wi-Fi (not your carrier network) to view webcams.

    • When someone is sharing their screen or a whiteboard, the shared content displays above the webcams.
    • You can’t view shared files and webcams simultaneously. To view the shared file, tap Tap to view file presentation. The file displays in full-screen mode and webcams are hidden.
    • Tap the Maximize button to view webcams and shared content full-screen, or rotate your device for a larger, landscape display.
    • Tap a webcam feed to spotlight someone's webcam. Tap the Minimize button to reset your view.
    • Swipe up to view additional webcams.
  • Bug fix. Sometimes, when someone shared their screen, their shared screen did not display.

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November 16

Android updates

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  • Webcams are now available! You can now share your webcam and view up to 15 other guests' webcams in the Meeting tab.

    Important: You must be connected to Wi-Fi (not your carrier network) to view and share webcams.

    • In the meeting controls, tap the Webcam button to share your webcam. Your front-facing camera displays and the Webcam button turns blue to indicate you are sharing.
    • When you share webcams and content in the meeting simultaneously, the shared screen, file, or whiteboard displays above webcams.
    • Tap the Maximize button to view webcams and shared content full-screen, or rotate your device for a larger, landscape display.
    • Tap a webcam feed to spotlight your webcam or another guests' webcam. Tap the Minimize button to reset the view.
    • Swipe up to view additional webcams.
  • The Speakerphone button no longer displays on the meeting controls. To turn on your speakerphone, tap the More button and then tap Speaker: Turn On.
  • Bug fix. If you lost your connection to a network while in the waiting room and then re-established it, the network error message was still displaying.

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November 5

iOS updates

Release 6.28

  • A new menu on the Guests tab brings meeting security features into one easy-to-find location. Tap the Security button to lock or unlock your room, enable and manage the waiting room, and manage who can share in the meeting. When any option is set to On, the Security button is green.
  • You can now manage the waiting room from the Android app. (Previously, you could only turn it off and admit all waiting guests.) On the Guests tab, tap the Security button and then set the Enable waiting room option to On.

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    • On the Guests tab, next to the Security button, a message displays letting you know how many people are waiting.
    • A notification displays above the meeting controls and prompts you to manage the waiting room. Tap the notification or tap the Security button to see who's waiting, and admit them to the meeting or deny them access.

      Note: Depending on your company's settings, the waiting room might be set to On already.

  • Lock your room. Tap the Security button and set the Lock room option to On to lock the meeting and prevent additional people from joining.

    On the Guests tab, next to the Security button, a "meeting locked" message displays.

    Note: The Lock meeting option is no longer available from the More button.

  • Restrict sharing. Tap the Security button and set the Restrict sharing option to On to limit screen sharing, file sharing, and whiteboard sharing to the host and promoted guests.
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