Productivity Apps

Zoom to Get More Powerful than Ever with Zapps

Zoom exploded during the pandemic with many people unable to meet face-to-face. And one of the major drawbacks of Zoom is to have to switch windows every few seconds to use other tools while on a video call. It's about to change with Zoom apps or Zapps!

Zoom exploded during the pandemic with many people unable to meet face-to-face.

One of the major drawbacks of Zoom video calls is switching windows every few seconds to use other tools.

It's about to change with Zoom apps (or Zapps)!

Zoom apps are like Chrome extensions for Google Meet: you can use your favourite apps within Zoom.

Although it's not available to the public yet, keep an eye out for these popular Zapps coming soon:


Trello

Trello organises your tasks and projects into boards.

With Trello Zoom app, collaborate in real-time, add questions and record the conversation in Trello.


Kahoot

Kahoot! is a game-based learning platform. Great for team building!

With the Kahoot Zoom app, you can play any Kahoot game within Zoom with all the participants.


Miro

Miro is a visual collaborative platform. Think a digital wall to run workshops and brainstorming sessions.

With the Miro Zoom app, meeting participants can collaborate on a Miro board inside Zoom without having to sign up.


Slack

Forget the limited Zoom chat, you can use the Slack Zapp to share notes and links in Slack in your Zoom meeting.


Slido

Slido is the ultimate Q&A and polling platform for live and virtual events. It offers interactive Q&A, live polls and insights about your audience.

With the Slido Zoom app, you can for example engage your attendees with an interactive Q&A or a quiz inside Zoom.


Zendesk

Zendesk is a customer support platform to manage any incoming customer support queries.

With the Zendesk Zoom app, you can be on a customer Zoom call and see the latest Zendesk ticket information. All without losing sight of the customer's face.



We hope you enjoyed this sneak peek into the future of Zoom!

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