Chromebook users, on the other hand, have been able to zoom in with their web browsers Work from home, The experience is not yet compatible with the use of the company’s software on the desktop because the breakout room, screen sharing audio and other features were missing.
That’s why Zoom has partnered with Google to create the best possible experience on Chrome OS with a new PWA Client that enhances performance as well as enhances features Unlike traditional applications, PWA are web apps that use the technology found in your browser to deliver a faster experience. It also consumes significantly less storage.
As Zoom updates its web client, the company’s new PWA will also automatically receive updates to give Chrome OS users access to the latest and greatest features.
Zoom’s new PWA will be available for download directly from the Google Play Store and will appear as an application on your Chromebook once installed. Users will be able to install the new app directly from the navigation bar Browser Also through Central Admin Administration.
The new PWA offers similar functionality as Zoom’s Windows or Mac desktop apps including customization Gallery view Supported machines, breakout rooms, live transcripts, live translation with assigned interpreters, unveiling a new background for better privacy, as well as raising hands and meeting reactions.
Zoom plans to update its new PWA regularly over the next three to six months to see what its video conferencing software can do on Chrome and the web.
At the end of the new school year, the company’s redesigned Chrome OS app will likely welcome both teachers and students who rely on the Chromebook every day for distance and personal learning.