The company offers new tools.
To combat the post-pandemic delay, Zoom Video Communication Inc. has added email and calendar capabilities to its toolkit.
The new features aim to keep users on the app throughout the day rather than just during meetings, centralizing more work on the Zoom platform.
Analysts predict sales growth of 4% for the fourth quarter.
The company’s new email and calendar capabilities, which will be made available to test users, might be connected to other well-known services, including Gmail from Alphabet Inc. and Outlook from Microsoft Corp.
Persistent group video calls, branded as “virtual coworking spaces,” will be added to the platform in 2023, along with more sophisticated AI features like call analytics and consumer chatbots.
This week at Zoomtopia, the yearly user conference in San Jose, California, the modifications will be made public.