Recently, Zoom announced a Quarterly Lifecycle Policy pertaining to Zoom client versions. This policy will assist all desktop, laptop, and mobile users with having the best possible online classroom and meeting experience with the Zoom product. The new Zoom Quarterly Lifecycle Policy went into effect on November 5, 2022.
With this in mind, we encourage all users to stay up-to-date with the latest Zoom client version. Please review the table below for the most recent information regarding devices and Zoom application versions.
|Product||Current Enforcement||Next Enforcement||Following Enforcement|
|4 Feb 2023||6 May 2023||5 Aug 2023|
|Zoom client (Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, Android, Intune, and Blackberry)||5.10.3||5.11.0 (Blackberry)
5.11.3 (Linux, iOS, iOS for Intune)
5.11.4 (Windows, macOS, Android, and Android for Intune)
|5.12.2 (Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, Intune)
|Zoom Rooms (includes Zoom Room Controllers* and Zoom Room Whiteboards)||5.10.3||5.11.3||5.12.2 (Windows, macOS, iOS devices and controllers)
5.12.0 (Android controllers)
*Note: Zoom Room Controllers will not be included in this enforcement until May 2023.
**Note: The Outlook plugin will not be enforced for the foreseeable future, but we still highly recommend updating to these noted versions, or migrating to using the Outlook add-in instead.
Why is a minimum client version necessary?
How often do I need to update the Zoom client?
Which devices are included in the Zoom client life cycle policy?
What if the minimum client version date approaches and I don’t update Zoom?
How can I know which version of Zoom that I have?