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  1. Zoom knows when it’s onto a good thing, and at the annual Zoomtopia conference in October it [url=http://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/10/14/2108579/0/en/Zoom-Sets-the-Stage-for-the-Future-of-Communications-at-Zoomtopia-2020.html]rolls out[/url] a whole bunch of cool new concepts and upgrades to make remote working even more snazzy. Top of the list are Zapps, which let developers create apps that power workflows before, during, and after the meeting. Zoom says they will remove the need for users to switch between multiple applications on their desktop, allowing them to quickly streamline permissions, grant document accessibility, and collaborate on screen. They’re coming out by the end of 2020, and they’ll be available for both paid and free accounts. Onzoom is another big deal: a one-of-a-kind online events platform for Zoom users to create and host free, paid, and fundraising events. Hosts can grow their businesses, expand their reach into new audiences, and give back through native donation integration. Zoom users can discover these events and sign up for new experiences with additional functionality like gifting tickets and an attendee dashboard to keep tabs on favorite events and brands. Fun all the way. The market liked it too - stock jumped 5.33% the following day.
    Zoom knows when its onto a good thing, and at the annual Zoomtopia conference in October it [url=http://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/10/14/2108579/0/en/Zoom-Sets-the-Stage-for-the-Future-of-Communications-at-Zoomtopia-2020.html]rolls out[/url] a whole bunch of cool new concepts and upgrades to make remote working even more snazzy.  
     
    Top of the list are Zapps, which let developers create apps that power workflows before, during, and after the meeting. Zoom says they will remove the need for users to switch between multiple applications on their desktop, allowing them to quickly streamline permissions, grant document accessibility, and collaborate on screen. Theyre coming out by the end of 2020, and theyll be available for both paid and free accounts.  
     
    Onzoom is another big deal: a one-of-a-kind online events platform for Zoom users to create and host free, paid, and fundraising events. Hosts can grow their businesses, expand their reach into new audiences, and give back through native donation integration. Zoom users can discover these events and sign up for new experiences with additional functionality like gifting tickets and an attendee dashboard to keep tabs on favorite events and brands. Fun all the way.  
     
    The market liked it too - stock jumped 5.33% the following day.
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