How to use Zoom on your computer or mobile device — a quick guide for video meeting basics

How to use zoom

Summary List Placement

Whether it’s your Friday team check-in or your grad school Wednesday workshop, Zoom allows you to stay in contact with colleagues and classmates to complete work remotely.

While the platform is fairly easy to use, its basic functions are organized slightly differently depending on if you use the desktop or mobile version. 

Most of the key tasks, however, remain easy to spot despite slight changes: scheduling or joining calls, keeping track of your contacts and meetings, and making changes to your account settings.

Many companies may already have video services in place, but Zoom is proving to be especially helpful for high school and college-level courses as it allows for up to 100 participants with a free account subscription. 

Here’s a quick guide to the app’s essential features.

Check out the products mentioned in this article:
MacBook Pro (From $1,299.99 at Best Buy)
Lenovo IdeaPad (From $299.99 at Best Buy)
iPhone 11 (From $699.99 at Best Buy)
Samsung Galaxy S10 (From $899.99 at Best Buy)
iPad (From $329.99 at Best Buy)
How to use Zoom on your computer

1. Open the browser of your choice on your Mac or PC and head to the Zoom website to create and manage an account. Click on “My Account” after logging in to bring you to your account details.

2. You can schedule, join, or host a meeting at the top of the screen. Click on any of these three options and follow the prompts to set up or join a video call online. To join a call, you’ll need the Meeting ID or name.

  Unicorn challenger bank Monzo is rolling out a premium service with a metal card for £15 a month

3. On the left hand side, you’ll find a variety of options, including the first and perhaps most important: Profile. This is where you can change your profile picture, edit your email or password, and make other changes in this settings section. You’ll also find the option to sign out of Zoom on all of your devices at the bottom of this page.

4. Below your profile tab, you’ll find a summary of your meetings. You can start or delete upcoming meetings or review previous meetings at the top.

5. Other tabs on the left hand side include webinars, recordings, and your settings. The webinar feature can only be enabled if you pay for an account, and recordings will direct you to enable the feature for you and your meeting participants.

6. You’ll also find more advanced settings towards the bottom of the left panel, including managing users and rooms. You can also upgrade your account under “Billing,” or manage your payment information if you’ve already upgraded to Pro, Business, or Enterprise.

If you downloaded the desktop app, you’ll find a more streamlined version of these options upon opening. The app is organized into four main tabs at the top of the screen: Home, Chat, Meetings, and Contacts.

1. The “Home” tab gives you the option to start a new meeting, join a current call, schedule a future event, or share your screen. If you have any …read more

Source:: Businessinsider – Tech

      

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *