Estate Planning 101

What happens to my Zoom when I die?

September 13, 2023

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Your Zoom account is a testament to your digital interactions, be it professional meetings, virtual hangouts, or educational webinars. This platform has helped you connect and collaborate from the comfort of your home. But have you ever considered what happens to your Zoom account when you're no longer present?

As a leading platform in virtual communication, Zoom recognizes the significance of your digital presence. Currently, Zoom offers one primary option: Account Deactivation.

Account Deactivation

In the event of a user's death, Zoom allows for the deactivation of the deceased user's account. This process typically requires communication from a family member or an executor. Once deactivated, all data associated with the account, including recorded meetings, will be permanently deleted.

While this process is secure and respects user privacy, it requires action from grieving family members and results in the loss of potential digital assets. This is where Snug comes in to assist.

At Snug, we understand the importance of preserving and managing digital legacies. We strive to help you create comprehensive estate plans and organize all of life's details, including your digital presence, in one secure place.

Through Snug, you can guide your loved ones on how to handle your Zoom account after your passing. Whether you want your account deactivated or your recorded meetings preserved, Snug ensures your wishes are clearly communicated, reducing potential confusion during a difficult time.

But Snug's services go beyond managing your Zoom account after death. We provide a comprehensive approach to estate planning, assisting you in managing your digital assets, financial affairs, and end-of-life wishes in a secure and user-friendly platform.

Our services include:

  1. Digital Estate Planning: We assist you in cataloguing your digital footprint, including social media accounts, emails, and online banking, and decide what happens to them after your death.
  2. Document Storage: Store your important documents such as wills, trusts, and insurance policies in our secure platform.
  3. End-of-Life Planning: Record your wishes for funeral arrangements, organ donation, and other end-of-life decisions.
  4. Legacy Projects: Create projects that capture your life story and values to pass on to future generations.

In today's digital age, managing your online presence after death is as crucial as any other end-of-life arrangement. With Snug, you can confidently navigate this reality, ensuring your digital legacy aligns with your wishes and provides comfort and clarity for your loved ones.

Snug is about more than planning for the end; it's about celebrating life and ensuring that your legacy lives on, both in the hearts of those you leave behind and in the digital world.