3 Common Zoom Mistakes
Anyone who bought Zoom shares before March must be planning a long vacation when the lockdown finishes - probably on their own yacht. The online conferencing app has become the software of choice for every kind of get-together, from line dancing clubs to public health crisis management conferences. However, many people trying Zoom for the first time may trip up over some of it's finer points.
Not wishing to cover old ground, we thought we would focus on a few features of Zoom which can catch out the first time user, and may even have caused us to stumble (ahem).
1. Always use the "mute participants upon entry" option
If you are running a club where you are the teacher/leader/presenter, make sure that all other participants are muted by default.