It's not though. Just because it's easy to use, doesn't meant it's aimed at plebs. If you're responsible for rolling it out to your org, or a large group, for corporate/professional purposes, and you don't look at the very easy to find global account settings to essentially one-click enforce defaults... I feel it's appropriate to victim blame. In my organization, zoom was the most suitable for many reasons. One of them is that gallery view can show up to 49 participants. So that works great when you've got a class of 30 and a teacher or two. Compared to Teams where you get to see, what, four at a time? Horses for courses... and Zoom isn't for everyone's needs, but it's perfect for ours, the bad press is way overblown, and I'm not concerned about it.