Zoom is going to let you add third-party integrations that will show up right in your Zoom call
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Zoom Apps are third-party integrations that will show up right in your Zoom call. There will be more than 50 apps available, including apps like Asana, the Pexels backgrounds app, or even games like Heads Up. If you’re on the latest version of the Zoom client, you’ll be able to install apps from a new Apps tab you’ll see on the toolbar during Zoom calls (though your company administrator may need to enable them).
As long as you are on the latest version of Zoom, you should be able to install any of these 50 apps from a new Apps tab. This new Apps tab is going to be on the toolbar and will be visible during Zoom calls. However, the company administrator might need to enable this Apps tab for it to be visible for you during a call.
The second feature rolling out on Zoom is the Zoom Events. Zoom Events will help you host “robust virtual events”. So, for example, for an event that you are hosting, if you want to make a hub that provides details about the event and/or set up a chat hub to help participants, you can do that through Zoom Events. Zoom Events will also let you sell tickets on the platform and the company is not going to take a cut out of your ticket sales. All the money you make from selling tickets on Zoom Events comes directly to you.