Zoom is a program that allows users to make video chat, instant messaging, and voice calls from computers, tablets, and mobile devices. Zoom is available for computers running Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux distributions—as well as Android, Blackberry, iOS, and Windows Phone smartphones and tablets.
This page provides a brief overview of how to install Zoom on a Windows computer and use its basic functions. For in-depth information on all software features as well as Mac OS X and mobile device support, please refer to Zoom’s official support page at https://support.zoom.us.
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*Note* On November 5th 2022 Zoom, be requiring Zoom client to be version 5.8.6 or higher. Zoom will be stopping support for the chromeOS client and are asking all customers to migrate to Progressive Web App PWA for more information please click here
For a general overview of Zoom and its features, please click here. For feature-specific tutorials and assistance setting up Zoom for your class, please follow the links below.
Please note; every time you login, Zoom will check for updates and will require you to be on the latest version before connecting to your meeting. For more information click here. For a general overview of Zoom and its features, please see this page
For instructions on using Zoom to attend classes, please click here. For feature-specific tutorials and assistance attending a class via Zoom, please follow the links below.
Please contact OTS with any additional Zoom questions you may have either via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone at 410-837-6262 (option 3) or click here.