We have successfully pushed an update to all Video Conference instances residing in the United States, Canada and the European Union. This release was primarily focused on internal scalability improvements, performance of key functionality, as well as fixes and product improvements.
- Entry Passwords for Video Conference Sessions
Video conference owners can now require attendees to enter a password before joining an active video conference to add an extra layer of security to the session. Click here to learn more about enabling password protection for your next video conference session.
- Enable or Disable Recording When Scheduling a Video Conference Session
Meeting Owners now have additional controls to specify if their upcoming video conference session will be recorded as soon as an attendee joins. Previously, recording was enabled for all video conference events. Click here to learn more enabling or disabling recording when scheduling your session.
- Improved Stability for Users With Inconsistent Networks
With new improved stability improvements for all video conference events, users with unreliable networks who disconnect unexpectedly can now automatically reconnect to an active video conference with minimal disruption.