Facebook Portal TV now gets support for Zoom

HIGHLIGHTS :

  • Facebook Portal TV has now come up with extended support to Zoom and GoToMeeting.
  • Zoom functionality extends to the largest screen in your home, so you can work from your couch as well as your desk.
  • A great feature for employees who are working from home.

Hey, great news readers, Facebook has now come up with extended support to Zoom and GoToMeeting. Well, BlueJeans and Webex were already there on Facebook Portal TV, Portal Mini, and Portal+devices.

So what will these updates do?

So these updates will allow you to attend video calls for your wfh (Work From Home) sessions easily. This lockdown during pandemic has changed the work practices and methods, so technology has to evolve faster in order to stay intact with the current scenario. So Facebook is also not leaving any stone unturned in order to improvise. So Facebook initially launched Portal TV streaming device in September 2019 with some basic standard portal devices.  You will be amused to know that almost every working professional is on Work from Home mode.

If stats have to be checked, then it says that almost 50% of people are working from their homes. So this feature of Facebook would definitely be a great help for such employees and employers.

Facebook’s Portal TV now supports Zoom so you can chill during meetings from your comfort Zone

According to sources,

Now,  Zoom functionality extends to the largest screen in your home, so you can work from your couch as well as your desk,”

-the company said in a blog post.

That includes joining breakout rooms for brainstorming in smaller groups, calendar integration to help you stay on top of your schedule, screen sharing to improve remote collaboration, and virtual backgrounds to improve your overall experience,” – it added.

Facebook is bringing something new every day. So it keeps on adding new functionalities. As it is evident here that, Last year in October, Facebook extended support to Netflix to its Portal TV, and not only this but also the first Portal Mini and second-gen portal released in 2019.

Zoom provides videotelephony and online chat services through a cloud-based peer-to-peer software platform and is used for teleconferencing, telecommuting, distance education, and social relations.

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