According to The Verge, many of Zoom's competitors have imposed similar restrictions, including Google Meet (60-minute limit) and all providers charge extra for enterprise-grade plans that remove the limit and expand the number of participants allowed.

Zoom witnessed a massive spiker in its user base as millions worldwide started working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Users are advised to update their Zoom Rooms controller software to meet the minimum versions manually or by using Zoom Device Management (ZDM) in the admin portal.

One can learn how to change the background in Zoom by using the 'virtual background' option in the application's settings.

Starting April 5, 2020, the two password settings will be enabled by default to prevent unwanted participants from joining a meeting, the company wrote on the official support page.

The dedicated desktop app takes directly on Zoom, the enterprise video conferencing platform that ballooned overnight during the COVID-19 crisis, compelling those working or studying from home to use its service for video calls.