As per our design to be able to get a better experience we only support iPad pros with displays 11 inches or 12.9.
New iPad Pro Updates! Stay in Frame as You Zoom, See More People in Gallery View
Two new features – support for Apple’s Center Stage and expanded Gallery View – will help you better participate in calls, potentially stave off video fatigue, and better connect over Zoom. For those who want a little extra freedom to roam while Zooming on iPad, you’ll love our support for Center Stage!
Many iPad models are also getting expanded Gallery View, and those users will see a few additional participants on a single screen, depending on the device.
To bring more or fewer people into view on any iPad, simply pinch the display with two fingers to zoom in and out.
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How to see everyone on Zoom – the gallery view
Depending on the Zoom version, up to 1,000 participants can attend a meeting! Long video conferences with lots of people can be exhausting.
How to see as Gallery View display for iPad in Zoom App
For iPad, you can choose to use either active speakers or gallery view. To return to the active speaker, control and display by tapping the screen, the upper-left corner of the Zoom window
If you are using a computer or laptop, tablet, iPad, iPhone or Android phone, the process of switching between views will be slightly different depending on the device you are using. This option may only be visible if you tap More, and you may have to scroll down to find it.
You can go back to the standard speaker view by tapping the screen again and selecting Switch to Active Speaker in the top-right corner of the screen. It is possible to toggle between Active Speaker and Gallery views in Zoom Rooms with multiple displays by toggling the icon at the top of the Zoom Room.
In most mobile operating systems, whether Android or iOS, users can view a maximum of four participants at the same time. Additionally, Zoom is capable of working on a range of devices, including Chromebooks, iMac’s, MacBooks, iPads, iPhones, and I believe even more!
Zoom in on the iPad screen
For example, you can double-tap or pinch to look closer in Photos or expand webpage columns in Safari. You can also use the Zoom feature to magnify the screen no matter what you’re doing. Smart Typing: Switch to Window Zoom when a keyboard appears.