Accessibility Features on Zoom


Zoom is committed to ensuring universal access to our products and services, so that all meeting hosts and participants can have the best experience possible. Zoom's accessibility features enable users with disabilities to schedule, attend, and participate in Zoom meetings and webinars, view recordings, and access administrative features across our supported devices.


Zoom is compliant with the following accessibility standards:

Zoom services are now compatible with standard screen readers such as VoiceOver on iOS and OSX platforms, TalkBack on Android devices, and NVDA for Windows platforms. Please see our Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates (VPATs) for more information:

Zoom has two vendor-specific accessibility features:

  • Closed Captioning: Participants may type captions for what is said verbally during the meeting.
  • High DPI aware application on Windows: End users may use system DPI scale settings rather than screen resolution to change the size of displayed text and images.

Questions, Requests and Feedback?

Zoom has made ongoing efforts to monitor and improve our accessibility features, and has resources dedicated to accessibility questions and concerns. To reach us, please email or open a support ticket at

Revision Date

Feb 2017