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Zoom: 300M daily participants during coronavirus pandemic, not 300M users
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A week after Zoom said it had reached 300 million active daily video users, the video conferencing app changed its claim to 300 million active daily participants.
The app has grown from 10 million daily participants in a matter of months as people turn to video conferencing to work and connect with family and friends from home during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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The company called the user-participant error a "genuine oversight."
"We are humbled and proud to help over 300 million daily meeting participants stay connected during this pandemic. We want to be clear: this was first announced in our April 22 webinar as 300 million daily participants by our CEO Eric Yuan," the company said in a statement.