It is not what you say, but the way that you say it...a cliché?  Virtual meetings over the past 18 months have established their own etiquette.  It can be challenging to find a gap in the conversation to make your point-it is not just the point that will be evaluated by colleagues but also the way that it is made. Interrupting others  or having an individual conversation within a wider meeting tends not to be well received.  

This article provides  useful strategies for being heard while not speaking over others in virtual meetings.