And then Zoom entered the realm of organizational document management with the introduction of Zoom Docs, which focuses on collaborative document editing among individuals within an organization. The target group of Zoom Docs emphasizes the use of internal documents for creating manuals, keeping records, distributing tasks, or building knowledge bases in a wiki format. Therefore, it may compete more with Notion or Microsoft Loop rather than directly with Microsoft Word or Google Docs.
Another feature of Zoom Docs is its tight integration with Zoom Meetings and Zoom Team Chat. For instance, it allows embedding documents directly into team chat pages and also enables connectivity with external apps.
Currently, Zoom Docs is not yet available for use; it is merely a demonstration showing that it is in progress. Further details will be gradually announced in the coming months.
TLDR: Zoom has introduced Zoom Docs, focusing on collaborative document editing within organizations, potentially competing with Notion or Microsoft Loop. Zoom Docs also integrates closely with Zoom Meetings and Zoom Team Chat, allowing document embedding and connectivity with external apps. However, the service is not yet available, with additional details expected to be announced in the future.