Zoom has announced that it will adopt a hybrid approach as it prepares for a return to office working.
The pandemic spurred huge growth for the video calls platform, with sales in the last three months of 2020 up 370% compared with the same period in 2019.
The company said it would strategically mix remote and in-office working, but admitted that it was "not easy".
Zoom's employee poll found that more than half of its staff preferred a hybrid approach, with the remainder favouring or already working fully remotely.
Writing on a company blog, chief financial officer Kelly Steckelberg said it was "still experimenting with how that even looks".