Zoom Introduces Asynchronous Video Tool to Transform Remote Collaboration

Zoom has launched a new asynchronous video tool called Zoom Clips, which lets users record, edit, and share video clips without having to hop on a meeting. This is a major move for Zoom, as it signals the company’s commitment to meeting the needs of a workforce that is increasingly embracing asynchronous work.

The tool is designed to be easy to use, with a simple interface that allows users to record and share videos in just a few clicks. Users can record videos of up to 30 minutes in length, and can choose to share them with specific colleagues or with the entire team. The videos can be viewed on any device, including smartphones, tablets, and laptops.

Zoom Clips is available in public beta and is free to use for all Zoom users. To create a Zoom Clip, simply start recording a video from within the Zoom app. You can then edit the clip, add text, and share it with others. Zoom Clips can be used for a variety of purposes, such as:

  • Sharing a quick update on a project
  • Demonstrating a product or process
  • Providing training or onboarding materials
  • Recording a meeting for later viewing

Zoom Clips is a valuable tool for anyone who wants to communicate more effectively in a remote or hybrid work environment. It’s a great way to share information without having to schedule a meeting, and it can be accessed on demand by anyone who needs it.