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50 HACKS TO ZOOM CLOUD MEETINGS Easy tips and tricks to video conferencing, webinars and teachings effectively with zoom

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What Is Zoom? ..................................... 2
The web portal ................................. 5
Hosting or planning a meeting ........ 9
But when the meeting is set, how do I
invite others? .................................. 10
There are two simple ways to do this
and should be done manually, which
are; ................................................... 10
through calendar invites, or by via your
own email account. .......................... 10
The new security tab ...................... 17
A new “security” icon was added by
the company in the month of April, for
meeting hosts to easily access settings
including, waiting room, remove
participants and lock. ....................... 17
i. How to Start-Up With Zoom ...... 19
ii. How to Set Up a Zoom Meeting 22
iii. How to Join A Zoom Meeting .. 28
iv. How to Schedule Meetings ........ 31
V. How to Record Zoom Meetings 35
3. Tips on how the additional features
of zoom can be use effectively ............ 38
1. Screen Sharing ........................... 38
2. Zoom Phone ................................ 41
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) are
been by zoom phones to help you make
Zoom calls over the cloud. The
difference between calling using a
phone number, is that the calls are
“not” hosted over the internet, while
VoIP does. ....................................... 41
3. Zoom Rooms ............................... 42
Zoom Pricing ...................................... 43
3. Extra Tips For Effective Video
Conferencing ...................................... 45
Tip 1: Always Mute Your
Microphone Unless Speaking ........ 45
Tip 2: Inform Participants Before
Recording The Meeting ................. 46
Tip 3: Ensure Everything Is In
Order Before Starting A Meeting . 47
Advanced tips and tricks for you to use
your zoom effectively .......................... 48
Webinars......................................... 51
Virtual Backgrounds ...................... 51
Zoom Rooms ................................... 55
Additional points ............................ 56
Zoom's best practices ..................... 57
Conclusion .......................................... 58
What Is Zoom?
Zoom is a video conferencing tool that is
cloud-based and allows you host one-onone virtual meetings or virtual team
meetings effortlessly. With powerful
video, audio, and collaboration features,
this distant communication tool links
inaccessible team members with each
Some vital features of zoom include:
Hosting video webinars
HD video chat and conferencing
Instant messaging
Screen sharing and collaborative
Virtual backgrounds for video calls
Audio conferencing using Voice
over Internet Protocol (VOLP)
To start making use of Zoom, select the
methods you want (either browser or a
direct download) afterwards you can sign
up. You will be asked to put in a working
email address - or you can sign in either
through Facebook or Google.
The next response will be Zoom asking
you for permission to enable the sending
of resources that includes product videos
and guides on operation. You can then
click on either "Set Preferences;" or
"confirm" the former option enable you
to receive mails either once a week, once
a month, or even never. You just have to
make your choice.
By now, you should have received a
confirmation email in your inbox. Open
the message, activate your account by
clicking on "Activate Account" or paste
the confirmation link that is there into
your browser, and then complete
creating your account using your name
and a strong password.
On, the following screen, you will be able
to invite your colleagues to create an
account if you so wish, if not, click on
"Skip this step."
Now you will be able to generate a test
meeting if you want to, as well as adding
Zoom as an extension.
Once you have started your test meeting,
you will see a screen that contains the
meeting's URL and the option of inviting
other participatants. Let us go over to the
official web portal, zoom.us, to ensure
that you enabled the correct settings -- and
make sure that you can successfully create
and launch a meeting.
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The web portal
Click on “Your Account” that is located at
the top-right corner on the Zoom website, to
manage your profile.
You can as well adjust details under the
"Profile" tab such as your name, default
gathering ID, pictures, code, time zone and
In addition, after that, move over to the
"Settings.” This is where you can regulate
settings done by default, and this involves
when a video is or not automatically
enabled, when you or the participants joins a
meeting; if a participants can or cannot join
a programmed meeting before arrival of the
Make use of a strong password, in order to
avoid scammers from hijacking a meeting
and also maintaining the awareness of
Zoom founder Eric Yuan apologized for
"falling short of the community's - and our
own -privacy and security expectations,"
which made a rush of security changes,
which involves the enabling by default of
passwords for scheduled, prompt and
personal meetings, and this made passwords
not to be always be obtained by default
Furthermore, audio type. Given the speedy
rise of users, one can pick computer audio,
mobile phones, etc in order to be
automatically permitted. Zoom has warned:
We suggest the importance of using
“computer audio capabilities” in a time like
this due to the increase in demand, making
dial-in by phone audio conferencing
capabilities may be temporarily removed
from free Basic account[s]. During this time,
we strongly recommend using our computer
audio capabilities."
It’s your decision in order to allow private
and public chats when you host a meeting;
you can authorize for files to be transferred,
and who can distribute their screen - just the
host, or participants.
There are other, more advanced controls, but
these are the main settings you should be
aware of for now. There are as well more
complex controls, but the vital ones you
needed to be aware of have been stated.
A similar outline of the Zoom desktop app,
with "Settings" available from the top-right
corner. The options that dual monitors or
automatically enter a full-screen mode
when a meeting starts.
Testing your speaker setup and microphone
are advisable, make a choice of a color
theme, selection of a default location for
recordings, and pull accessibility controls,
among other functions.
With your vital preferences in place, move
over to "Meetings" tab in your profile.
Hosting or planning a meeting
The initial display you will observe will give
rise to any scheduled meetings in your
record. Click on the "schedule a new
meeting" and it will display a fresh screen,
then, you can name your meeting, update
your time and date, you can as well add a
description but is optional.
When this is a frequent meet up with
colleagues, there is a helpful "recurring
meeting" checkbox under the time zone tab
on it. When is been selected, you make a
choice on how repeatedly you want the
meeting to be, which can be monthly,
weekly or daily. Immediately this is done
scroll down and click on the save button
But when the meeting is set, how do I
invite others?
There are two simple ways to do this and
should be done manually, which are;
through calendar invites, or by via your own
email account.
In a calendar invite you have, links to
Google Calendar, Outlook Calendar, and
Yahoo Calendar and these are displayed
ones you have saved your meeting.
On the other hand, move on to the "join
URL" link on this screen, where an option to
“copy this invitation” will be seen.
Clicking on this page element brings up a
screen with all of the important information
required for the meeting, including the URL,
of which the meeting ID is already
embedded. Copy this to your clipboard,
open your email client, paste the details into
a new message, and invite away.
So, in short, all participants need is the
meeting URL, date and time, and a
password if applicable.
If you want to try out features before
bringing other people in, create a test
meeting at this stage and select "Start this
meeting." Alternatively, you can do exactly
the same within the first page of the Zoom
desktop app:
The first prompt, in either case, will ask you
to join with computer audio if you are on a
computer, and will also give you the option
to test your speaker and microphone. At the
top right of the meeting window, you can
choose to go full screen.
We are now going to go over the basic
settings you need to know about in meetings
for management purposes.
Two fundamental options can be found in
the bottom-left part of the black menu tab:
the option to mute/unmute your microphone
and either start/stop your camera. If you
are using an external microphone, speaker,
or camera, open up the arrow tabs next to
these options to choose which equipment
you want to use (external or inbuilt).
Moving on, the "Manage Participants" tab
is particularly important. Under this tab, you
can find "invite," which is useful if you
have forgotten to bring someone into a
Clicking this option will bring up a box with
everyone connected to the meeting. If you
hover over a name, you can mute/unmute
them, and at the bottom, there are options
for doing the same for every participant. In
the interests of privacy, however, hosts and
other participants cannot control individual
camera feeds.
A useful option to note under "More" is the
"lock," option which will prevent anyone
else from having access to the active
Speaker or Gallery view: this is seen at the
top, you can select one of the two view
options that are available -- but have in mind
that this will only influence how you view
the meeting alone, and not others. By
default, the video layout is the Active
Speaker-- in which the person that is talking
is projected up to screen that is larger -- but
a gallery layout is also present which allows
the entire participant to be on one screen via
a grid form.
The tab with "Share Screen" has numerous
exciting features. When it is selected,
especially under "Basic," you can select
your PC to be shared with others, including
your browser, full desktop, and open
applications. A whiteboard option can also
be annotated we will discuss more about this
shortly -- and you can also share your
iPhone screens if you are in a haste.
Under "Advanced" tab, a music or sound,
screen portion, or content can be shared
from another connected camera.
A tab that that shares files is present under
the "share screen" seen under "Files"),
which posses links for application to
Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, Google
Drive, and Box.
In messaging, the "Chat" tab on the major
bar is considered for users to type out
questions and messages, and to share files,
either hosted by stored directly on your
Personal Computer or cloud storage
As a host, you can select the "..." button to
save a chat session and run who participants
can talk to no one, the host on their own,
everyone publicly, or each one publicly and
The final tab of note is the "Record" option,
which you may want to use if you are
discussing work matters and want to save
the session in order to email a copy of it to
others later. By default, no one except the
host can record a session unless the host
gives permission to do so.
And lastly, the tab "End Meeting" finishes
the sitting. The host status can be assign to
another participant, If the host needs to leave
and the meeting should be carried ,- but
enabling co-hosts has to be selected first in
the "Meetings" tab and can only be selected
by subscription holders. Instead, you can
leave the meeting or the meeting ended for
all participants.
The new security tab
A new “security” icon was added by the
company in the month of April, for meeting
hosts to easily access settings including,
waiting room, remove participants and lock.
Below this tab, scattershot security settings
are now clustered collectively. This includes
the "lock meeting" function, whether or not
to enable the "waiting room," and
participant control -allowing or disabling
screen sharing, renaming, chat functions,
and annotating. Adding to this, you can
promptly remove disruptive participants or
Step-by-Step Guide on how to use zoom
Zoom makes it the easiest way for anyone to
conduct and set up effective meetings — but
if you have in no way used the means
before, this can still be complicated.
In order to help you out, here is a step-bystep guide to using Zoom Meetings the exact
This will cover up the steps for both mobile
and desktop platforms:
How To:
Start up With Zoom
Set up a Zoom Meeting
Join a Zoom Meeting
Schedule Meetings
Record Meeting
i. How to Start-Up With Zoom
1. For Desktop
Step 1: To get started with Zoom, move to
their website, then click on the “SIGN UP”
button that is at the top-right corner of the
Step 2: there are two options when it
comes to creating a Zoom account.
Using e-mail address
Sign in using Single Sign-On (SSO)
or Facebook account or Google
If you are using Zoom for work purposes, it
is best to sign up using your work email
Step 3: Zoom will send you an email with
an authorized link.
Click on that link to go to Zoom’s Sign Up
Assistant and sign in using your permit or
Step 4: Download the desktop app/ Zoom
client from the Zoom website for easy
2. For Mobile
Step 1: Download the Zoom Android or IOS
app from the App Store/Play Store.
Step 2: Sign in or sign up to Zoom by the
next on-screen instructions that are related to
the desktop process.
ii. How to Set Up a Zoom Meeting
Here is a step-by-step guide to situate a
Zoom meeting without difficulty:
1. For Desktop
A. Starting a Zoom Meeting
Step 1: Log in to your Zoom account.
Step 2: Drift your cursor above the “HOST
A MEETING” button at the top-right corner
of the screen, and choose one of the
following options, which are:
Screen Share Only
With Video On
With Video Off
Step 3: The website, which will forward you
to the Zoom app and then begin a meeting.
Here, you can copy the “Invitation URL” or
edit meeting settings that you send to the
Note: it is of importance to know that one
can as well start a meeting quickly trough
making use of the desktop app by following
the instructions listed for mobile devices
B. Adding Participants
Step 1: Set up a new meeting on the Zoom
desktop app.
Step 2: , Click on the “Invite” button in the
toolbar at the bottom, using the new meeting
Step 3: At this point, there will be an option
given by zoom, to either Copy URL or Copy
Invitation. Moreover, it can be sent to the
participants via text, instant messaging or by
Step 4: Here, you can email the meeting
details directly through your preferred email
client via the Zoom app itself.
2. For Mobile Devices
A. Starting A Zoom Meeting
Step 1: Sign into your account in the zoom
mobile app, which you opened.
Step 2: Tap on the orange “New Meeting”
icon that shows on the screen.
Step 3: Edit meeting settings according to
your preferences, which can be, using a
Personal Meeting ID, switching video off
for participants, etc.
And once you’re done, tap on the blue “Start
A Meeting” button.
B. Adding Participants
Step 1: Once the meeting starts, Tap the
“Participant” icon in the toolbar at the
bottom of your screen to add and manage
participants, once the meeting gets started.
Step 2: When the Participants window
shows up, tap on the “Invite” option at the
bottom left.
Zoom will now give you an option to share
your meeting details via a selection of
communication platforms. This may include
a variety of text, messaging and email apps
on your Smartphone.
iii. How to Join A Zoom Meeting
At this point is a systematic guide to join a
Zoom meeting promptly:
Note: The same procedure applies to both
your phone and your desktop
A. Join Using a Meeting Link
Click on the meeting link or paste it into
your web browser to join the meeting.
B. Join Using A Meeting ID
Step 1: Open the Zoom app and click on the
“Join” icon.
Step 2: Paste the Meeting ID in the box
provided, add your display name for the
meeting and click on the “Join” button.
You are now set to communicate with your
team members
iv. How to Schedule Meetings
With a busy schedule, you can easily not
recall about having an appointments or
upcoming meetings, but fortunately, Zoom
lets you schedule meetings in advance to
avoid this!
You can schedule a meeting by setting:
Its date and time
Meeting ID
Whether it requires a password to join
or not, etc
At this point is a handy guide to schedule
meetings in Zoom without difficulty:
A. For Desktop
Step 1: Head to the Zoom app and click on
the blue “Schedule” button, which looks like
a calendar icon, to schedule a meeting.
Step 2: Enter meeting details in the
Schedule Meeting pop up window that
shows up
You can set its privacy and access settings,
date and time, select your preferred
calendar, between iCal, Google Calendar
etc, which are used to schedule the event in
your calendar.
Note : Setting a meeting code word can help
in preventing Zoom bombing, which occurs
when one who hasn’t been invited to the
meeting joins and disrupts it.
Step 3:, Click on the “Schedule” button at
the bottom right of the screen, once you
have adjusted preferences.
B. For Mobile
Step 1: Open the Zoom app.
Step 2: Go to “Meet & Chat homepage” and
click on the “Schedule” button.
Step 3: Enter the meeting name, date and
time and click “Done.”
Step 4: When you want to schedule a new
meeting, zoom will redirect you or open
another outline for adding up the event to
your preferred calendar. Enter the names of
the participant and set into your calendar
event, the notifications then tap “Done.”
You have now scheduled a Zoom meeting!
V. How to Record Zoom Meetings
Recording a meeting lets you easily use it as
a reference to document the whole lot that
was discussed. This is mainly important for
remote teams who use Zoom video
conferencing as their key mode of
Zoom allows you to record meetings easily
and save it to either your local device or the
Zoom cloud. By saving it to the Zoom
cloud, your team members can access it
across multiple platforms easily.
A. For Desktop
Step 1: Start a meeting.
Step 2: In the Zoom toolbar, click on the
“Record” icon.
Step 3: The recording starts when you
select between “Record on the Cloud” and
“Record on this computer”.
Step 4: Click on “Stop or Pause recording”
to stop recording the meeting. Alternatively,
you can also end a meeting to stop recording
Step 5: After the meeting have been ended,
Zoom converts the recording to MP4 format
and stores it in your preferred location. And
that gives you access to your recorded
sessions any time you want!
B. For Mobile
When using mobile devices, zoom allows
you save meeting recordings only to the
Zoom Cloud. Here are some tips on how to
record a zoom meeting from your mobile
Step 1: Tap on the “More” option in the
toolbar, during the meeting.
Step 2: Select the “Record to Cloud” feature
to begin recording.
Step 3: You can stop or pause the recording
by clicking the “More” option
Step 4: At the end of the meeting, you can
find your recording in “My Recordings”.
Making you access the section by logging
into your Zoom account on a web browser.
3. Tips on how the additional features of
zoom can be use effectively
Having known how to use zoom meeting, it
could be slightly overwhelming and vast
since it has so many features, but, not to
worry, because at this point is the three
additional features and how to use them
1. Screen Sharing
This lets you:
Host virtual presentations and
Review work and project documents
together with your team.
Explain processes in detail.
Zoom lets you share your screen with
other meeting participants easily.
To share your screen, just click on the
“Share Screen” icon in the toolbar.
This lets you share:
A whiteboard.
Apple iPhone or iPad screen, if
supported by your device.
A specific window or app
In case you want more screen sharing
options, click on the “Advanced” tab at the
top of your screen.
At this point, you have three options to
choose and share:
Only your computer’s sound or your
microphone’s sound.
A part of your screen or the entire
screen as well.
Content only from your screen only or
Content from a second camera.
2. Zoom Phone
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) are
been by zoom phones to help you make
Zoom calls over the cloud. The difference
between calling using a phone number, is
that the calls are “not” hosted over the
internet, while VoIP does.
Zoom Phone enters with plenty of additional
features to make your calling practice
These include:
Call recording and voice mail
Call conferencing and delegation.
Integration with CRMs like Sales
Though, Zoom Phone isn’t accessible with
the standard pricing plans. Instead, you must
pay for it alone. Prices start at $10/user per
month and wants you to have at least one
paid licensed host.
3. Zoom Rooms
Zoom Rooms are for all intents and
purposes virtual conference rooms where
only particular members have access. And
this rooms can be use for various purposes
such as:
Screen sharing
Audio conferencing
Video conferencing
Zoom Rooms offer various features, such as:
Digital signage/display around an
One-touch sharing and conferencing.
Use up to 12 whiteboards at a time.
Similar to Zoom Phone, Zoom Rooms are
not obtainable in the standard pricing plans
but must be purchased additionally at
$49/room per month. This frequently
requires additional hardware such as
multiple webcams, monitors, connectors etc,
as well as conference room design
Zoom Pricing
Zoom offers four different pricing plans to
suit your specific needs:
Basic: Free – Host up to 100
participants + unlimited one-on-one
meetings + video conferencing +
screen sharing + local recording +
scheduling via Chrome extensions.
Business: $19.99/month per host –
Includes all “Pro” features + supports
up to 300 participants + admin
Pro: $14.99/month per host –
Includes all “Basic” features + usage
reports + 1 GB cloud storage.
Enterprise: $19.99/month per host –
Includes all “Business” features +
supports up to 500 participants +
unlimited cloud storage.
3. Extra Tips For Effective Video
Mainly in office teams might not be used in
video conferencing and coping with the
additional challenges it poses, so, to make
your practice more easy and relaxed, here
shows the three tips enable team members
conduct flawless zoom meetings and calls:
Tip 1: Always Mute Your Microphone
Unless Speaking
Be certain to mute your microphone when
you are not speaking.
This helps to eliminate any background
noise or interference in the audio.
Use the microphone button at the bottom left
of the Zoom toolbar that appears in the
meeting screen to silence your microphone.
On the other hand, you can set your Zoom
meeting preferences to mute your
microphone at the beginning of every
meeting automatically.
To unmute yourself, use the microphone
button or hold your spacebar for as long as
you want to speak. This vital rule allows
group meeting to run smoothly.
Use noise cancellation tools like “Krisp” to
promote your audio quality to the next level,
for more efficient background noise
Tip 2: Inform Participants Before
Recording The Meeting
Before you record any audio or video
conference, make sure that all meeting
Are aware that they are being
Have permitted you to record them.
You can obtain this permission in writing or
recording it at the start of the meeting.
Reason is that, it will not only uphold
common courtesy, but it may be required by
content laws and regulation agencies in
many companies and regions.
Tip 3: Ensure Everything Is In Order
before Starting A Meeting
To guarantee that interruption due to
technical snags does not occur, turn on your
device and check if Zoom is working
properly for at least 10-15 minutes before
the start of every meeting. In addition, if
something is going wrong, alert your
meeting host at the earliest and if you are the
host, inform your participants of the same
time of its occurrence.
Even though to conduct a check prior to
starting any meeting may be tiring, it is
always better to do that than embarrassing
yourself or getting annoyed when a thing
goes wrong during the Zoom meeting!
Advanced tips and tricks for you to
use your zoom effectively
Now that the easy parts have been taken care
of, there are plenty of features and settings
that users with enough experience might like
to make use of.
Let us therefore go back to the web portal
to check some other options that are
available for you to make use. If you are
making use of desktop application, you
will easily see this option by clicking on
"Settings" button.
Under the "Settings," option select "In
Meeting: Advanced," to find features
Breakout room: Separating meeting
participants into smaller rooms before
the meeting begins, helps to prevent
logistic problems.
Camera control: A participant can be
permitted to take remote control of
your camera
Show a "Join from your browser"
link: a workaround for users that can't
download Zoom software
Remote support: allows a host to
provide 1:1 support to a participant
Languages for invitation: You can
choose from different languages for
meeting invitations, including French,
English, Spanish, and Russian.
Virtual backgrounds: Here, you can
either choose to enable or disable the
virtual background
Waiting room: This is a feature
designed to make members of a
meeting wait in a 'waiting area'
awaiting when the host is ready to
start the meeting with them. This
option is now set on as a default
setting for single-license Pro account,
Basic account, and education.
The webinar option is more advantageous if
you are making use of an Enterprise,
Business or Pro. Webinars can be set to
broadcast up to a ten thousand view-only
attendees once. Audio screens, and audio
can be shared among participatant; chat
periods between panelists and attendees and
can be hosted, and you can run webinars on
either an open basis or pre-registration.
Virtual Backgrounds
You can use Virtual backgrounds to conceal
the clutter and disarray of your home. Most
PC with modern setups can always manage
this option – however, the virtual
background most suitable works best when
using a uniform lighting and a green screen.
A virtual background can be set up by going
to the desktop app, then "Settings," and
select "Virtual Background." You will then
be required to download a virtual
background package -- just for the first time
-- then try checking out the screens for a
suitable one or you can add your own
video/image instead. Occasionally, a
warning may appear that says the hardware
you are using is not good enough -- but
allow it to go on, anyways.
As soon as you have selected and enabled a
virtual background, while in the middle of a
meeting, you will be able to pin them off to
the "Stop Video" tab.
Earlier on, we made mention of the option
"whiteboard" under the "Share Screen"
tab. This is an important choice if you are
looking for ideas or seeking for feedback
and it comes with a range of annotation
options, which includes arrows, text boxes,
and more. A “spotlight" is a kind of
highlighting option which is used to bring
the attention of a user to a particular point or
Zoom gatecrashers
When a software turns popular, scammers
come out of the woodwork to try and find a
way to take advantage of it. And zoom is not
left out, because, the appearance of
scammers jumping into unsecured meetings
and posting nasty links and pornography has
given rise to the phrase called "Zoombombing."
The crisis has become common enough for
Zoom to publish a guide on how to prevent
gatecrashers from disrupting your meetings,
including pointers such as:
Maintain your meeting links off social
Choose "only host" for screen sharing
control during a meeting
Only allow signed-in users to join a
If you are gate crashed, hover over the
user's name in the Participants menu
to bring up a "remove" option.
Use the "lock" feature to avoid
random users from joining in. You
might also feel like considering using
the Waiting Room.
Do not use your Personal Meeting ID
(PMI) to host public events. As an
alternative, generate a random ID.
Zoom Rooms
Zoom Rooms is a more highly developed
software offering obtainable as a $49 per
month subscription, and also a 30-day free
trial. Zoom Rooms, a possible option for
business owners who think that remote
working will be the norm for the near future,
combines audio conferencing wireless
screen sharing and video conferencing. A
PC running Zoom Rooms is the least
requirement, while TV displays,
microphones and external speakers, cameras
and iPads, can all be integrated within a
You can find the Rooms client and
controller software such as iOS, Android, or
Windows in the Zoom Download Center.
Additional points
Zoom has an online help center that is
worth a visit, In case you need an
additional technical support.
The "optimize option" is mainly
useful when sharing YouTube and
other online videos as it can prevent
lagging, distortion and buffering
issues during screen sharing,.
Keyboard and Hot Keys shortcuts are
obtainable for Mac and Windows
If you are experiencing connection
issues at peak times, consider
scheduling a meeting at times other
than on-the-hour or on a half-hour.
Zoom offers over 30 live training
sessions per week, for specific
purposes, such as for education.
Zoom's best practices
Double-check meeting default settings
Connect meetings in quiet areas
Check your audio and video as you
Use a USB-connected headset
Set your webcam appropriately
Use the app and not a browser, for a
perfect results,
Mute your microphone when not
Connect from a large screen when
Use a wired or stable connection
Almost all in-office personnel’s have strived
to look for a way to effectively
communicate during this time of
Coronavirus pandemic. However, making
use of the right tool for video conferencing,
like Zoom can aid you to bridge most of the
gaps well in communicating effectively.
Just adhere to this directions in this guide for
Zoom, then you are all set to join a meeting
or host your own video calls to deliberate
about schemes, review the performance of
your team and take on in virtual teambuilding activities!
BTW; Are you a lover of garden? Do you
want to grow your own vegetables and
microgreen either for personal or
commercial purpose? Then check out this
‘‘3 in 1 beginners guide on hydroponics
gardening, microgreen and garden design’’
by Julia Allison. Below is the link