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.
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...More about Tech, Thanksgiving, Tech, Other, and Consumer Tech