The videoconferencing software company reported that its revenue grew 367% on an annualized basis during the third quarter. Revenue increased 355% in the second quarter.
But Zoom called for fiscal fourth-quarter adjusted earnings of 77 cents to 79 cents per share on $806 million to $811 million in revenue, implying 329% revenue growth at the middle of the range
Investors seem to be disappointed that Zoom may not gro as fast as it did earlier in the pandemic, as people were forced to work from home more and turned to Zoom for work and personal meetings.
Zoom's gross margin also declined to 66.7% from 67.3% in the second quarter, partially because it has a larger number of free users, including students and teachers who have started to use the service more now that school has resumed.
Shares of Zoom, one of the biggest winners from the pandemic, has soared over 500% this year.
CNBC's Jordan Novet contributed to this report.