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Can you play games in Zoom during meetings?

Answer: Yes.

soft focus photo of a computer screen during a zoom meeting
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You can now turn your Zoom meeting into a virtual poker game, if you are so inclined. The virtual meeting platform announced last week that it added games that can be played directly in a meeting.

The games will be available through a new feature called Zoom Apps, which allows users to incorporate third-party apps into meetings. While these apps include useful work-related things like DropBox Spaces and SurveyMonkey, they also include more fun things like Kahoot!, Heads Up! and Live Game Night Poker.
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