You can now livestream on YouTube by using Zoom on Android

Zoom has become extremely popular in the COVID-19 Pandemic when Schools, Business and other people started using Video Conference Meetings extensively.

A new update to version has been received by Zoom for Android and it has carried YouTube live streaming support with it. For now, this function is available for Android users, and under the overflow menu, the choice sits inside the meeting. A web portal opens up once you click on that option, asking users to connect to their YouTube account and then go live.

Here is the complete changelog,

  • Meeting/webinar features
    • Support for live streaming to YouTube on mobile
    • Support flashlight when sharing camera
  • Meeting features
    • End-to-end (E2E) encryption for meetings
    • Change ringtone for meeting invites and phone calls
  • Chat features
    • Search in channel option added to channel info panel for mobile
    • Share files with Microsoft SharePoint on mobile
  • Phone features
    • Call notifications for busy call queue members
    • Opt out of specific call queues
  • Resolved Issues
    • Minor bug fixes

For all devices worldwide, Zoom is now rolling out end-to – end encryption. For all users to try to provide input, the feature will be accessible as a technical preview for 30 days. By default, it is switched off and users need to switch it on to allow enhanced meeting security. Turning on this feature can disable a few Zoom functions, including host pre-join, cloud recording, streaming, live transcription, Breakout Rooms, polling, 1:1 private chat, and meeting reactions.

Sriyansa Mohanty
Sriyansa Mohanty
Student and a Blogger from India.

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