Can’t Make the Meeting? Zoom Clips Got You Covered

Whether you're in a hurry, overbooked with meetings, or just not feeling like attending one in real time, Zoom's latest asynchronous tool lets you collaborate via video on your own time.

Currently in global public beta, Zoom Clips allows you to record, edit, and send high-quality short-form videos. The videos are stored in a content library - a dedicated folder within the Zoom app. There, users can download, rename, share, or delete clips as they wish. Zoom has also made searching easier through titles and tags.

To enable others to see clips, users can provide access, leave comments or use emojis to react. They can also keep track of video metrics to see how it is received.

The tool is a new addition to the Zoom One bundle, an existing suite of meetings, chat, phone, and whiteboard solutions, and is available to all Zoom One customers, including Zoom One Basic.

Not too long ago, Zoom revealed a workforce management solution that offers customer support leaders a seamless way to manage their contact center agents without the usual scheduling nightmares.