Zoom Background Images
Our Zoom background images can’t promise you a promotion, but they’re sure to draw a few smiles during your mid-week virtual sesh. And if you’d rather start from scratch, just upload your own photo(s) and customize with text and graphics. Get started for free today!
How to create Zoom background images
If you’re using a blank canvas, upload a high-res photo and it will be perfectly sized for a Zoom background. You’re also free to add photos to an existing template, or swap out images.
Replace any text with your own words or fonts. Add graphics for flair. Try out unique color combinations if they vibe with your design. You have unlimited customization pathways to walk down!
When you’re all done, download your design to your computer and upload to Zoom. Don't worry, your design will always auto-save in our cloud storage, so if you ever need to make changes, you can do so in a flash!
FAQs about Zoom background images
How do I make Zoom backgrounds?
What should I use for my Zoom background?
Lots of people aim for “funny,” but comedy is subjective, yeah? Maybe you just want a beautiful landscape in your background, or something that adds a little energy to an otherwise late-day meeting. Whatever the case, you know your crowd. Opt for something that fits your workplace vibe.
What size should my Zoom background be?
Zoom recommends a size of 1920 x 1080 pixels (an aspect ratio of 16:9). Lucky for you, our templates come pre-sized, meaning you get the perfect look every time. Just customize your design, download, and upload straight to Zoom. No sweat.
The PicMonkey Mobile App is for design on the go
Start your design on your laptop, run to a meeting, take a call, finish up your work on your phone using our Mobile App, post directly to social, or share with your colleagues. Whew! We know you’re busy, that’s why we’re at your service 24/7.
Making Zoom backgrounds with PicMonkey
Like all things in life, Zoom has its pros and cons. Your brain might be ready to throw in the towel after a full day of virtual meetups, but there’s no denying the platform’s utility, especially...now. Lots of Zoomers enjoy creating lighthearted or funny backgrounds, so we’ll show you how to do just that using PicMonkey’s editor. Read on for a look at some of our favorite Zoom background templates and design ideas…