It's the holiday season, but many families are forced to stay apart from each other due to Covid-19 precautions. Thankfully though, there are still ways to get together. Thanks to video conferencing companies such as Zoom, families, and friends can still meet up from anywhere in the world. While Zoom typically has a 40-minute time limit for non-members, this holiday season anyone can use the service for any length of time. Christmas may look different this year, but it's certainly not canceled.
Of course, not everyone celebrates Christmas. Zoom is way ahead of the game, offering a nonstop streaming service for people partaking in any holiday!. Should you be celebrating Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, or just ringing in the New Year, no family is going to be alone on these holidays. Unlimited meetings are offered at the following times, according to Zoom.
10 AM ET Thursday, Dec. 17, to 6 AM ET Saturday, Dec. 19
10 AM ET Wednesday, Dec. 23, to 6 AM ET Saturday, Dec. 26
10 AM ET on Wednesday, Dec. 30, to 6 AM ET on Saturday, Jan. 2
The limit will be automatically removed for anyone partaking during these times. The company also recommends using a meeting passcode so as to avoid any hackers or party crashers. They also offer virtual backgrounds, so save a few holiday photos before the guests arrive. And finally, they ask that you enjoy yourself, have fun, and stay safe during the season of giving. If nothing else, give some time this year to the people who love you most!