Zoom dropping the time limits to connect with your loved ones on Thanksgiving

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This Turkey day, we are virtually connecting on zoom due to pandemic. As health advisers and officials are reminding us not to travel and avoid large gatherings during this uncertain time and have a safe thanksgiving by celebrating it on virtual platforms. COVID-19 that has already created a havoc by distancing us with our loved ones. Zoom is helping us out in these challenging time by lifting the free meeting time of 40 minutes to unlimited access on Thanksgiving. The time duration starts globally from midnight 26th November ET till 6AM on 27th November ET.

Generally, the meetings on zoom ends automatically after 40 minutes and we need to get an upgraded version to continue the meetings without any interruption from the app. But Zoom has been so considerate during this festive season and ensured us with dropping the time limit and let us celebrate for as long as we want.

Just create an account on Zoom and if you already have one, make sure it has zoom version 4.6.0 and rest is fine, you are good to go.

This thanksgiving, feel more attached with zoom

Thanks to zoom for making our day more cherished

Zoom has officially announced on its Twitter handle the news for uplifting the time limit and exceeding it until you are fully done. Zoom also appreciated all the users and asked to help bring families together during this odd time where we are separated by miles. To get this uninterrupted service, you just need to join the Zoom meeting with your existing app, it will automatically lift up the timings and make this thanksgiving holiday brighter.

Zoom in its blog invited us to get into holiday-spirit and making the holiday extra festive by downloading an autumn-based fall theme virtual background, click on the big magnifying glass on the top left corner and search autumn; you are now up with the perfect background. To make your meeting invulnerable, protect it by turning on the meeting password to have a safe, secured and unforgettable thanksgiving. All thanks to Zoom for being compassionate!

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