With COVID-19 cases surging in most states across the U.S., health experts have heavily warned against large, indoor, family gatherings for the holidays. This means many of us are pivoting to a virtual Thanksgiving (yes, even Dr. Fauci).
Worried about planning and hosting a virtual Thanksgiving? We’ve got you covered on the tech side, but we can’t help recreate Grandma’s mashed potatoes.
How to use Zoom for a virtual Thanksgiving
Zoom is everyone’s favorite new video chat interface, and you can use it to host this Thanksgiving pretty seamlessly. The biggest drawback would normally be the platform’s 40-minute limit for free users, but the company said that it would be removing this limit for all meetings globally from 12 a.m. ET on Nov. 26 to 6 a.m. ET on Nov. 27. Read more…