us.zoom.Zoom

Video Conferencing, Web Conferencing, Webinars, Screen Sharing
 
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  20 reviews



Award winning Zoom brings video conferencing, online meetings and group messaging into one easy-to-use application.
One consistent enterprise experience for all use casesEngineered and optimized to work reliablyUp to 500 video participants and 10,000 viewersEasy-to-use, buy and scaleMost affordable, straightforward pricingNOTE: This wrapper is not verified by, affiliated with, or supported by zoom.us.
Latest reviews
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ReplicateThis 3 days ago

Would not run on fresh install of Linux Mint 20.3 with Cinnamon. Got the .deb from Zoom's own website and that one works well.

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TodPact1904 3 weeks ago

Zoom works fine overall! Sound works, conferences are shown and video camera work. If that on version linux mint 20.2 "Uma".

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RositaCheeks 4 weeks ago

Installed on my mid-2010 macbook laptop. works perfectly so far with the video and audio. however I havn't had a chance to do any screen sharing yet.

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VictorGG 1 month ago

I use this software on Mint 20.2 to teach online, when it crashes I have to reboot my laptop, it rarely happens though

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premier69 4 months ago

proprietary half-baked, as i expected it doesn't work well. webcam is just blank and in settings my mic worked but in meeting when un-muted, i don't think they heard me.

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nichot20 7 months ago

I have tried both this FlatHub version, and the direct download from Zoom on 20 and 19.3, apart from the vast difference in installed size both claim to be the same version. Build 5.1.422789.0705 has GUI issues but the latest from Zoom seems OK now

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CMoelleux 8 months ago

installed, click on the browser link and everything fonctionned at first try. Must say I was impressed. Good wrapper. I don't like Zoom very much but I still need to join meetings.

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mlncn 8 months ago

I wish i never had to use Zoom, and i encourage people to check out Big Blue Button ( https://bigbluebutton.org/ available through https://meet.coop or my Agaric colleague's communitybridge.com ) or Jitsi ( https://jitsi.org/ and available through meet.mayfirst.org and other places) as free software alternatives. But i needed to use Zoom for a work meeting in three minutes and in less than two i found this in Mint's Software Manager and had it installed and was using it!

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mintyCinnamon 10 months ago

I don't know how to verifie. Please help me.

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sagart23 1 year ago

I am using Zoom on mint 20. When I choose the share screen and choose particular application (eg. a pdf) to share, it automatically slects the share screen option. So all the screen activity is visible to the participants. This is annoying as we cannot toggle between application while in the meeting while the share screen is on.

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CitaroSR 1 year ago

It works as Zoomm but I hate Zoom for doing this: TO USE A VIRTUAL BACLGROUND ON LINUX U NEED A GREEN SCREEN Zoom, that is evil

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XP_Studios 1 year ago

not only does zoom suck on linux, it ruined my quarantine!

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dpaterso 1 year ago

Took forever to install (no way to monitor what was going on in Software Manager), then did not launch. Complete failure. I am removing now rather than fool with it.

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gerharddvs 1 year ago

This is an old verion. The latest version can be downloaded here: https://zoom.us/download

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drryan 1 year ago

I realize this is a kernal issue but zoom will unexpectedly simply freeze everything to the point that a hard reboot is required. This is something that needs addressing with everyone having to use it for meetings.

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eddiedoesIT 1 year ago

Using HP Pavilion g7. After installing Zoom my webcam stops working. Had to reinstall Linux to get it back.

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mrvinceo 1 year ago

No issues with this so far on 19.3. Screen share, Chat, Breakout rooms etc. working as expected - good work!

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RoMuu 2 years ago

Application starts slowly, is buggy and the app window has some graphic issues ... but it works on 19.3

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rbespalovnc 2 years ago

Screen Sharing is buggy is hell. I advise to download the package from the official Zoom site and install manually.

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trope1 2 years ago

Worked fine, I installed it using the mint new programs, I did not have to run any extra code which is mentioned in some of the comments for it to work.