I have the same request. Not sure if this thread is the right place to add it.
I think what might be misunderstood is this is something we need through an API.
This is a feature request on the interface during a fullscreen Zoom meeting.
Often times you join a meeting before the top of the hour. Or you join a few minutes after the hour has passed. Or your meeting starts at half past the hour.
In Fullscreen mode, in those cases it’s impossible to get a feeling of what time it is, and how much time is left for your meeting.
On Mac, the only workaround is to move my mouse to the top bar of my screen and see the actual clock.
Alternatively I could check my watch or watch the clock on a wall or desk next to me, but this is distracting and in 1on1 meetings not very friendly.
Would like to replace the current meeting running time with an actual clock of the current system time.
- either by clicking the timer element and toggling between meeting duration and system time clock.
- or by a setting in Preferences where you can set ‘Show system clock instead of meeting duration time’.
Should not be too difficult to implement I think, and a huge improvement for both hosts and meeting participants.