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Online Teaching Manual For Zoom And Microsoft Teams 2 Books In 1 The Complete Guide To Zoom And Microsoft Teams For Online Classes, Learning And Teaching by Dale, Marvin

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Zoom for Online Teaching Learn How to Use Zoom for Video Classes, Webinars, Meetings and Video Conferences for Distance and Remote Teaching Written By Paolo Daolio © Copyright 2020 by (Paolo Daolio) - All rights reserved. This document is geared towards providing exact and reliable information in regards to the topic and issue covered. The publication is sold with the idea that the publisher is not required to render accounting, officially permitted, or otherwise, qualified services. If advice is necessary, legal or professional, a practiced individual in the profession should be ordered. - From a Declaration of Principles which was accepted and approved equally

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Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Zoom App- At a Glance 1.1 Zoom- A Video Conferencing Tool 1.2 Setup Requirements for Zoom 1.3 How Much Zoom Costs? 1.4 Zoom Security Issues Chapter 2: Getting Started with Zoom App and Learning about its Features 2.1 Downloading and Installing Zoom 2.2 Starting a Meeting 2.3 Scheduling a Meeting 2.4 Joining a Meeting 2.5 Conducting Zoom Webinar 2.6 Sending Invitations to Join a Meeting or Webinar 2.7 Feature of Screen Sharing 2.8 Zoom Phone and Zoom Room 2.9 Polling Feature 2.10 Non-Verbal Feedback 2.11 Virtual Background 2.12 Whiteboard Option 2.13 Annotation 2.14 Meeting Transcription 2.15 Option of Chat Chapter 3: Zoom as a Tool for Online Teaching 3.1 Preparing for Class 3.2 Engaging Students Using Different Features 3.3 Specific Teaching Scenario

3.4 Zoom Assignment Setup 3.5 Zoom Individual Presentation Setup 3.6 Zoom Group Presentation Setup Chapter 4: Choosing Zoom over Other Tools 4.1 Benefits of Zoom 4.2 Zoom vs. Other Meeting Tools 4.3 Zoom vs Microsoft Teams 4.4 Zoom vs Google Hangouts 4.5 Zoom vs Skype 4.6 Pros and Cons of Zoom Chapter 5: Tips to Use Zoom App Effectively 5.1 Pre-Set your Meeting 5.2 Send Invitation to Clients Directly in Calendar Using Zoom Link 5.3 Mute Microphone when not Speaking 5.4 Inform Participants when you Record Meeting 5.5 Ensure Meeting Settings before you Start a Meeting 5.6 Share Screen when Presenting 5.7 Create a Meeting Agenda before you Schedule a Meeting Conclusion

Introduction Zoom Video Communications is an independent information service located in California. It provides video telecommunications and online messaging services through a peer-to-peer software system based in the cloud. It is used for video conferencing, working from home, distance learning, and social connections. Zoom's corporate model relies on delivering a product that is easy to use than alternatives, as well as cost advantages, which involves reducing infrastructure-level hardware expenses and ensuring a strong degree of workforce productivity. It supports video chatting service, which allows unlimited access up to a hundred devices at once, with a time limit of forty minutes for free accounts having meetings with five or more members. Customers have the opportunity to update by subscription to one of their plans, with the maximum allowing up to a thousand persons simultaneously, with no time limit. With the emergence of remote working in this scenario, Zoom’s software utilization has seen a significant global rise starting in early 2020. Its software applications have been subject to review by the public and media concerning privacy and security issues. A portion of the Zoom working population is based in China that has given rise to concerns about monitoring and censorship. Business conferencing apps such as Zoom Rooms are accessible for fifty to one hundred dollars a month. One screen can display up to forty-nine users at once. Zoom has several levels: Basic, Pro, Enterprise, and Business. If you are using Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome, participants do not have to download the app; they can click on the link and enter from the web page. For Macs, Zoom is not appropriate with Safari. Banking institutions, universities and other educational departments around the globe use Zoom. Zoom has a record of ten million regular customers, and the app had more than two hundred million active users in March 2020, generating expanded difficulties for the business. The company launched version 5.0 of Zoom in April which resolved a range of privacy and security issues. It includes the default passwords, enhanced authentication and a meeting place security icon.

You can work remotely and on your passion with video conferencing through Zoom. Zoom has features that can help you to organize a meeting formally. Zoom is the best tool for online teaching as it gives whiteboard, annotation, screen sharing, keyboard shortcuts and much more. Scheduling, joining, starting a conference and sending invitations to your participants for a video conference is easy with Zoom. It has an assignment and presentations set up as a tool for instructors to involve students in a better learning process. For feedback, there is a polling feature to create a poll and share with your participants. If you are looking for an application for your meetings and video/audio conferences, try out Zoom as it will provide you with the best features as compared to other tools, including price plans.

Chapter 1: Zoom App- At a Glance Zoom is an online conferencing application with a central, desktop interface and a smartphone device for users to communicate from any place, with on or off video. Users may decide to record meetings, work on activities, and view or edit on screens with each other, all in one easy-to-use application. Zoom offers high -quality video, audio, and remote screen networking functionality through Windows Phone, Mac devices, iOS, Android, Blackberry, Zoom and H.322/SIP room networks. Zoom is typical all along and commonly used in this scenario. The video conferencing system has been the unquestioned pioneer in space throughout the nine years since its establishment. Zoom is one of the top video conferencing technology systems worldwide in 2020. It helps you to communicate with fellow workers remotely when in- person interactions are not feasible and have become immensely useful for social activities, too. Zoom has been an essential resource for tiny, medium, and broad teams that want to stay in contact and maintain their normal business processes with limited interruption-as well as being a firm favorite of users. Yet due to the current scenario, Zoom has lately seen an increase in technical expertise. When more and more people are being driven to work from home and remain safe, Zoom helps them to participate in fun ways to communicate with their peers. Zoom is useful to companies, with the best features the app provides, three options to Zoom and much more. If you operate a remote squad, Zoom can help you keep in contact with them that its intuitive features of video conferencing. There is an expense to using the updated function plans from Zoom, which needs to be paid. When you have the money, and the reaction is yes, invest in an updated package of Zoom. If the response is no, go back to working with your colleagues just the way you are working in free mode. 1.1 Zoom- A Video Conferencing Tool Zoom is a cloud-based video conference method that allows you to host one- on-one conference calls easily or group meetings. This will enable

individuals to interact remotely from their place, and to engage in a conference, lecture, or work session. The Zoom application is downloaded to your device and is installed on it. It is comparable for a laptop to using google hangouts or Face time, and it works like any other application for phones or tablets. You will need to validate as a Department faculty, employees or student to enable the certificate the first time you connect to Zoom in, but the app should recall the password for subsequent logins. According to Zoom, the app is \"the pioneer in digital video networking with a fast, secure cloud network for video and audio chat, interaction, talk, and webinars through smartphones, laptops, telephone lines, and room networks\". Zoom is essentially a collaboration system that allows businesses and individuals to keep in touch with each other through the capabilities of video conferencing. The method has numerous benefits and strengths. If you are curious if Zoom is right for your business, continue reading this Zoom guide. This interactive communication device links interactive team leaders to one another with powerful audio, video, and collaboration tools. Main aspects of Zooming include High Definition live phone talk, VoIP (Voice over Information Protocol) video conferencing, and quick message, digital backdrops for video calling, sharing the cameras and interactive whiteboards and hosting webinars on Zoom. 1.2 Setup Requirements for Zoom Typically when people speak about Zoom, you will hear the following words: Zoom Conference and Zoom Room. A Zoom Meeting applies to “a group that holds a video conference using Zoom”. You may enter such meetings via a webcam or smartphone. In the meantime, a Zoom Room is “the actual equipment configuration that enables organizations from their meeting rooms to plan and initiate Zoom Meetings”. Internet access - wired or cellular internet (3G or 4G) and lowest possible bandwidth is six hundred kbps, and 1.6 Mbps is advised to use when conferencing with Zoom. Utilize the speed test to verify the Internet speed. A headset-built-in to your Bluetooth device, USB plug-in or wired, Built-in Laptop or Computer Headset Jack and if your laptop or mobile has headphones, you will need to put in a headphone

because the speakers' voice would not scatter throughout the Zoom conference. Microphone For Zoom conferences and video calls, it is suggested to have a USB microphone with headset and earbuds. Suggestions for better performing USB Microphone are; Bluetooth Headphones Headsets of Plantronics Webcam A webcam-one that is installed into your device or one that attaches through USB to your device. If you want to use a better quality USB camera, Zoom recommends these; Logitech High Definition Webcams High Definition Webcams via Microsoft Supported Devices Zoom is supported by these devices; Android and iOS applications Microsoft Surface PRO 2 to Windows 8.1 Xbox Windows PRO 3 operating Windows 10 Blackberry Supported Web Browsers These web browsers can support Zoom; Windows: IE,7 +, Explorer, Safari, Google Chrome Mac: Mozilla Firefox, Safari +, Google Chrome Linux: Firefox, Google Chrome 1.3 How Much Zoom Costs? When breaking down the pricing structure in Zoom, The video conference

software provides four separate options, each with a price range and feature set all its own. Here is what you should know: Basic The program is entirely free and requires participants to hold gatherings of up to one hundred people for forty minutes. This also provides essential features for multimedia and online conferencing. Pro The Pro package pays fifteen dollars a month to host, which contains all the functionality of the Standard plan plus twenty-four-hour meeting hours, monitoring tools, and much more. Business People can access the Business Plan for Twenty dollars a month per organize, which will enable them to host meetings with up to three hundred guests, have dedicated phone service, host online conference rooms with personalized branding, and much more. Enterprise Last but not least, they have the Enterprise Package, which costs twenty dollars a month per host for at least a hundred hosts. It incorporates the aspects of the Business Plan and provides new functionality including gatherings with up to five hundred individuals, free cloud services and much more. Added-Zoom Rooms You can register for free thirty-day trial if you choose to set up Zoom Rooms, during which Zoom Rooms need an extra forty-nine dollars or thirty-nine pounds per month and room rental, whereas webinars use Zoom costs forty dollars or thirty-two pounds per month for hosting. 1.4 Zoom Security Issues Zoom is an application that you may use to communicate remotely with anyone-either visual or audio-only, or even both when holding live conversations, and it helps you to capture such sessions for playback later. In

2019 over the majority of five hundred companies reportedly used Zoom and hit even higher heights during 2020, claiming three hundred million daily Zoom meeting participants recently. Zoom is the unquestioned leader in the market when it comes to digital conferencing software. The blend of in-depth functionality, elegant design and accessible pricing structure allows it a worthy addition to the application framework of every company. Only note to take maximum advantage of all of the services that were provided by Zoom. If you do, you will enjoy all the benefits Zoom has to bring. The program you choose will rely on the team's scale, how much you expect to utilize Zoom, the intent to use the method, and the existing budget. There were some security issues when zoom application was launched. With an increased demand, zoom organization takes into account of its security issues and updates. The organization has created several movements to counter security issues and reassure users that security and privacy are essential. That involves necessary items like deleting the meeting Identifier from the call's title bar. The organization has announced multiple changes to the program to improve protection credentials.

Chapter 2: Getting Started with Zoom App and Learning about its Features Zooming allows setting up and having virtual meetings pretty simple for everyone even if you have never used the application before, and it can also be challenging. Before the current scenario, several businesses used the Zoom video-conferencing software for corporate meetings, conferences and other uses. Most recently, for face-to-face and social gatherings, more individuals experiencing long days without interaction with friends and family switched to Zoom. Here is a simple reference for those who have not yet used Zoom, with suggestions about how to continue using the free edition with a step-by-step approach to use Zoom Conferences as the right strategy to help you get started. 2.1 Downloading and Installing Zoom Enable the Zoom app by pressing on the \"Zoom conferences Application\" button below: \"Install the Zoom app\". On Windows 1. Notice where the file is being stored when you press the Download button up. This is renamed ZoomInstaller.exe, which usually saves to the folder of your Downloads. 2. Double-click on the installation file, until you open it. 3. Press Run in a pop-up window labelled \"Open File.\" 4. The installation process on your Windows begins. On Mac Devices You can copy the installer package, zoom/Installer.pkg, into your Downloads tab. Go to the Downloads tab in the Mac, and then double-click the installation file.

Select start to operate the installation software, in the pop-up tab. Creating an Account 1. You can continue by adding your email address or heading to http:/ and signing up with a free account. 2. Tap the Zoom email to activate. 3. Filled out your Email and password in the section 4. When you have an email linked with Zoom, click https:/ the Zoom software here. Sign in to Zoom 1. Go to Zoom sign-in page with the link \"\". 2. It will ask you about your email address and your password for Zoom. 3. Fill in the tabs and click on “Sign In”. 4. You can stay signed in longer on your Zoom account by clicking on “Stay Signed In” on the page. 2.2 Starting a Meeting 1. Go on website 2. Switch over the line \"Hold a Conference\" at the top right corner. 3. Select whether you like video messaging switch on. 4. Sign in with your login details or build a new account. 5. Open the Zoom App then access. 6. Submit information of the meeting, including the Conference Identification and connection. 7. You generated a meeting! Audio Settings 1. When you are already in a conference, you can control your audio settings and check your performance. 2. Click the button next to Mute/Unmute in the controls of the conference.

3. Select “Options to Sound”. It will unlock your settings for audio. 4. To check the microphone or speaker, select the settings and play a tutorial video. Screen Sharing 1. Zoom lets users to view the whole conference call with their phone or laptop! 2. To do so quickly press at the bottom of the window on \"Share Display\". 3. Screen-sharing can only be done with one person at a time. 4. One person ought to \"Avoid Sharing\" so someone else will continue sharing. 5. Only press \"Stop Sharing\" to pause the screen sharing. Recording Zoom Meeting The recording of a conference helps you to conveniently use it as a guide and record anything that has been addressed. This is especially essential for remote teams who use Zoom video calls as their primary communication method. Zoom lets you conveniently capture meetings and upload them to either your local computer or to the Zoom server. Through saving it to the Zoom server, the team leaders can quickly view it through multiple platforms. 1. Begin a meeting. 2. Tap on \"File\" button in the Zoom toolbar. 3. Select either \"Record to this Device\" or \"Transfer to the Cloud\". 4. To avoid documenting the conference, click on \"Pause/Start recording\". You should even finish a meeting to avoid recording it, as an option. 5. Zoom converts the file to MP4 format after you have completed the conference, and stores it in your desired spot. You can now access your registered sessions with ease every time you want. 2.3 Scheduling a Meeting

1. Enable your device with the Zoom application. 2. Tap at the upper left on \"Home\". 3. Select \"Schedule a Meeting\". 4. Enter all related information such as period, place, topic etc. 5. Choose your favorite online calendar (Internet Calendar is perfect if you have got Gmail or a Twitter account), and you will be brought to a page with your Zoom button. You may give the connection to your students in the meeting scheduler of your calendar. Choose a Topic for your Meeting While scheduling a Zoom meeting, you will be asked to add a suitable topic for your meeting so that people can see on what subject they are going to join the meeting. You can select any topic base on your preferences. Choose a Time Zone After selecting a topic, Zoom will ask you to choose a Time Zone. Choose your country to choose Time and pick an hour to schedule your meeting. Zoom will remind you through Email when your meeting time will start. Video and Audio Settings When you are a host of the meeting, Zoom will ask you to manage your audio and video settings and controlling your meeting participant's video and audio settings. Basic options are about the microphone on/off option and video on/off option provide to your meeting participants. Other Meeting Options Other meeting options include setting an ID and password for your meeting and setting up a calendar. You can select \"Require Meeting ID\" or \"Use Personal Meeting ID\", and there is another option of enabling participants to enter before the host comes to the meeting. Based on your preferences, you can choose an option from that. 2.4 Joining a Meeting 1. Switch to

2. Click the \"Click to Attend\" button. You will locate the tab at the upper right-hand side of front screen corner. 3. Attach your assigned Meeting Identification when asked (The Meeting Identification may be the number nine, ten, or eleven- digit). The Conference identification will be host given. 5. You are inside! 2.5 Conducting Zoom Webinar Zoom Video Webinar enables you to transmit up to ten thousands view-only participants of a Zoom conference, based on the extent of your webinar permit. Webinar licenses begin at a capacity of a hundred participants and have a scale of up to ten thousand. You can display your computer, photo, and audio as the host or panel member in a webinar, and guests may use the talk or question and answer tools to connect with the moderator and panel members. Pre-registration for Webinars Webinars may involve pre-registration corresponding to the meeting. The host may either accept all registrants immediately or authorize them manually. The host will add queries regarding personalized registration, and remove the registration files. Optionally the webinar access may be switched off by the server. After entering, the passengers would also be asked to type their name, and email address and the records should be restricted to this. Registration Approval Methods There are two webinar acceptance forms, which include registration. 1. Approve Immediately: All webinar account holders should instantly obtain a confirmation email containing information about how to access the webinar. 2. Manually Accept: The Webinar host must manually authorize or deny the consent of a registrant. If a registered owner is accepted, an email with instructions about how to access the webinar will be sent to them.

Schedule Webinar 1. Log in to the online server for the Zoom. 2. Select Webinars. The collection of planned webinars can be found here. 3. Choose a Webinar to Plan. 4. Use the webinar settings you need. Choose the date, time zone, topic, webinar password and other registration settings. 5. Click to schedule webinar. Sending Invites There are three forms to invite the participants to sign up: 1. Copy and distribute the Login URL via address, the websites, etc. 2. Click \"Download the invitation\" to show and send the Email or link, and Zoom has generated to hand out to the participants. 3. Use Email to ask to obtain a copy of the invitation to Zoom, which you will then forward to future attendees. 2.6 Sending Invitations to Join a Meeting or Webinar There are many options to invite the members to an immediate or planned conference. You can also invite a space network (requires Web Space) by smartphone (allows the audio meeting plan), etc. Sending Invitations through URL The conference members should only provide the URL of the group. The meeting URL is underscored in yellow in this case. Share this URL with your guests, and to continue the conference, they must click on it. Whether you use web or smartphone devices, click on the “Meetings” page, or press. From it: If you press on the screen on the \"Copy Invitation\" button on the mobile device, a notification with the Address, Name, and telephone dial-in details of your Zoom Meeting will be copied to your clipboard, which you can drop in an address or text message.

Sending Invitations through Email Once you click the \"Send Invitation\" button on the device, two choices will be given to you: \"Send Email\", which will allow you to send your conference URL to someone; or \"Copy to Clipboard\", which will transfer the URL of your Zoom Meeting to the clipboard on your device. Sending Invitations in Chats Press the icon in the \"Participants\" button on the mobile device, on the menu that appears as you push your cursor in the meeting tab, and then press \"Invite\". If you do, Zoom will open a new window in which you can invite your Zoom contacts, submit a message with instructions about how to reach your Zoom group, copy your Group URL to your clipboard on chats, or copy a longer message with your Meeting you will also include code of your conference in this section. Contacts 1. Tap on the “Digital Contacts” page. 2. From the window, pick their name or locate the Email. 3. Tap on the user you want to invite. You can have several connections. When you do so, your name will be outlined in blue, which will display at the top of the screen in the column. 4. Select Invite to the bottom-right corner. 2.7 Feature of Screen Sharing By contrast, screen sharing for members in Zoom Meetings is inhibited. Such an environment helps discourage uninvited guests from interrupting discussions by revealing insensitive or insulting material. You may allow participant screen sharing on the per-meeting level, or you can change the configuration to enable participant screen sharing for all meetings by choice. Zoom lets you conveniently share the display with other conference attendees. This leaves you with: hosting the seminars and interactive meetings, explain specifics of the procedures, read papers about the job and the initiative together with the staff. Only click on the \"Open Screen\" button

in the toolbar to display your device. Given that half of the global population is already operating remotely, the demand for video calls has increased, and so has Zoom's success. Finally, you might need to share the display with participants in a Zoom call. Ok, here's how; 1. Select the button next to Share Screen inside the Zoom Session, then pick “Enhanced Sharing Settings”. 2. Click on Share with “Each Participant”. 2.8 Zoom Phone and Zoom Room To enable you to allow zoom calls around the web, Zoom Phone utilizes the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). It is equivalent to calling from a mobile line, only that the internet holds the calls online. Zoom Phone comes with lots of extra functionality to provide a smooth communication experience, including Phone call and Delegate contact, recording calls and displaying voice mail. But the regular pricing plans do not offer Zoom Phone. You have to compensate for it individually, too. Prices start at ten dollars user per month and allow at least one paying approved host including you. The Zoom Rooms are interactive meeting rooms where entry is open only to specific participants. Such rooms may be used for different reasons, such as Video-conferences, Conference Recording, Sharing the display. Zoom Rooms provide a variety of apps, including Sharing one-touch and offering conferences, using as many as twelve whiteboards at a time, Virtual signs/showing in an office. It typically includes extra equipment and requirements on the configuration of meeting rooms. Unlike Zoom Mobile, in the regular price plans, Zoom Rooms are not eligible but must be booked at forty-nine dollars per room a month. 2.9 Polling Feature The meeting polling feature allows users to create multiple simultaneous choice polling inquiries for the conferences. During your discussion, you will be ready to conduct the poll and gather the answers from your attendants. You do have the choice of downloading a polling report after the conference. Polls can also be administered secretly if you do not want to gather details

regarding the voters with the findings of the poll. Creating a Poll 1. Go to the \"Meetings\" tab, and click on your meeting list. When you do not have a meeting arranged, book a meeting now. 2. Look at the bottom of the meeting management section to find the “Poll” alternative. Click on “Add” to start creating the poll. 3. Type in your title and the first query. 4. Write the responses to your question and press the “Save” button below. 5. If you want to attach a new query to the specific survey, press “Attach a Query” to build a new survey. 6. If you repeat the second phase, you will add further polling. Allow Polling Function To allow all representatives of your company to have a polling function: 1. Log in as an admin to the Zoom online server with the ability to change account parameters. 2. Tap “Account Manager”, and then “Account Preferences”, in the control section. 3. Navigate to the “Meeting Tab Polling Alternative” and test to allow configuration. 4. When the configuration is disabled, press the activate button. Select “Switch On” to validate the adjustment while a test dialog appears. 5. If you want all participants in your account to make the whole setting obligatory, press the lock icon and then click “Lock” to verify the configuration. 2.10 Non-Verbal Feedback If the conference organizer enables the Nonverbal response mode, meeting attendees may place an icon next to their name to interact with the presenter and other attendees without interrupting the discussion stream. Clicking

\"Raise Hand\", for example, puts the hand raise icon next to your title to detect a hand raise. All the people are encouraged to display the icons selected by others. Additionally, the presenter sees an overview of how many respondents each icon shows and has the option of removing all input. Enabling Non-Verbal Feedback To provide nonverbal reviews for all the organization’s members: 1. Sign in as an admin to the Zoom online server with the ability to change account parameters. 2. Click “User Settings” and go to “Password Security”. 3. Navigate to the “Meeting” section. 4. In-Meeting, test to allow Nonverbal Feedback. 5. When the feature is deactivated, press the activate switch. 6. Press “Switch On” to validate the update, whether a check dialog is shown. 7. If you would like to make this configuration compulsory for all users in your profile, select \"Lock\" to check the configuration. 2.11 Virtual Background The Virtual Backgrounds function helps you to view the picture or video during a video conference as your background. With a video screen and standard lighting, this function works better to allow Zoom to identify the contrast between you and your surroundings. You can add images or videos of your own as a virtual background. You may also use a Zoom Space with Digital History. Setup for Virtual Background Zoom suggests using a reliable background image, ideally white, to create the best visual backdrop effect, suggested Web or Amazon white-screens. Good quality cameras result in a more substantial background to the virtual. Use texture and homogeneous illumination. Do not wear a dress which is the same shade as the virtual background.

Enabling Virtual Backgrounds To allow all users in the profile to have Virtual Background feature: 1. Log in as an operator to the Zoom website with the authorization to change account configurations. 2. Click “Account Management”, and then account details, in the navigation menu. 3. Move to the “Virtual Context” alternative in the “Meeting” window, and check that the configuration is disabled. 4. If the configuration is deactivated, press the activate switch. If a notification dialog is shown, click “Switch On” to check the update. Select “Manage Virtual Backdrop” to import user- available background photos by default. 2.12 Whiteboard Option The whiteboard functionality would allow users to view a whiteboard that can be annotated for you and other members (if permitted). When you have mutual screen sharing enabled, several participants will display a whiteboard at once. Enable Whiteboard 1. Click “Sharing Screen” button found in the toolbar of your conference. 2. Click on “Whiteboard”. 3. Click “Connect”. 4. The annotation devices will immediately display, but in the conference controls, you can click the \"Whiteboard\" button to reveal and remove them. 5. To build new websites and move between sections, using page controls in the bottom-right section of the whiteboard. 6. When over, press “Start Sharing”. 2.13 Annotation

Meeting participants will annotate as a spectator or the one who began viewing the display, on a virtual device. You may also use annotation software when displaying a whiteboard or while showing it. Enabling Annotation 1. Sign on to the online portal of Zoom. 2. Tap on “Account Manager” then “Account Preferences” in the “Navigation” section. 3. Tap on the Tab to “Join”. 4. Look for available annotation under “Meeting”. 5. When the feature is deactivated, press the activate switch. Press “Switch On” to validate the update, whether a check dialog is shown. 6. Press the checkbox to delete annotations on connected windows. 7. Press the checkbox to limit annotation to information that is posted by users only. 2.14 Meeting Transcription Using the tool Audio Transcript to translate the audio from a conference or webinar manually, you are capturing to the internet. Once this document has been read, it exists in the list of reported meetings as a separate text file. You do have the option of showing the transcription text within the clip itself, equivalent to a closed caption view. The transcription is divided into parts, each with a timestamp indicating how far the portion of the text has been documented throughout the document. You may modify the text to catch the terms more correctly, or to add paragraph formatting which the transcription does not capture. Enable Meeting Transcription 1. Log in to the website for the Zoom. 2. Select “Account Management”, and then “Account Configurations”, in the home page. 3. In the “Recording Section”, navigate to the “Cloud Storage” option

and check that the feature is allowed. 4. If the configuration is disabled, press the “Allow Status Switch”. Select “Switch On” to validate the adjustment while a test dialog appears. 5. Click the “Audio Transcript” checkmark in the “Advanced” cloud recorder settings to allow it, then press “Save” to validate the update. 2.15 Option of Chat The in-group messaging helps you to send the text messages inside a group to other people. You may submit a private message to a particular person, or send a message to a whole community. You may select, as the operator, who the participants will talk with or disable talk entirely. In-meeting talk may be saved manually or automatically. Auto-save chat automatically saves your in- meeting chat to your systems. You can also keep the conversation manually when you start capturing a local server. Enabling Chat 1. Select “Chat” in the “Settings” of “Groups” while in a meeting. 2. This opens the window for a chat. You may either type a response into the chat box or press the drop-down next to or: if you wish to transmit a message to a particular person. 3. A summary of the conversation will show as new chat messages are submitted to you or others, and Talk should light orange in your network settings.

Chapter 3: Zoom as a Tool for Online Teaching Symmetric class meetings, through which everybody logs in at a pre- scheduled time to a cloud conferencing program, are one way to create interest and promote collaboration in your complete online courses. Teachers can use a web-conference program in a synchronous session, and allow all the students to participate at a pre-scheduled date. The application for video conferencing at the university is Zoom. Zoom may be found on computers, desktops, iPad, smartphones and even cell devices, enabling students to navigate the class session in several respects. As a teacher, whether you or your learners have a condition which prevents you from meeting face to face, Zoom will help to keep your class running. Concurrent online class meetings, where everybody is expected to attend a Zoom group, are one way to build interaction while students are far. Still, Zoom may also be used to help special education and learning situations. Zoom may be used on any device and even work station phones, allowing students to connect with the team meeting in many ways. You can find tips on planning for your Zoom meetings on this Chapter, gathering students with the conversation, screen editing, polling, non-verbal reviews and breakdown rooms, and supplying your community with open online learning sessions, as well as resources for different teaching scenarios. 3.1 Preparing for Class Zoom was developed with creativity. Now, if you make confident important choices and familiarize yourself with the application before welcoming students into an informal conference, it works better. Zoom's free edition can provide you with the best performance and features while holding a Class. Coach the students to have Zoom activated. Students preparing to attend Zoom meetings from a Laptop or computer will also access the application from the Zoom website. Get to learn the controls on server. Catch up on managing a quick Zoom meeting. Sign up to work out.

Check the recording and the audio. Visit to confirm the internet, video and audio connections. When there are several meeting participants in the same area, only one person can enter the conference with audio to prevent suggestions. Find the source of light. Make sure a source of light should be in front of you and not behind you. Schedule Class Zoom provides webinars and conferences. All formats help you to communicate with students, although some variations do occur. To pick the style that fits better for you, choose the Zoom flowchart or webinar/meeting comparison chart. Go to the Navigation section to the Zoom feature, press Plan a New Conference and obey the directions. 1. Enable your device with the Zoom Windows software. 2. Tap at the upper left on \"Back\". 3. Tap \"Schedule\". 4. Enter all related information such as day, year, subject etc. 5. Select your favorite digital calendar (Google Calendar is perfect if you have got Mail or email accounts), and you will be brought to a page with your Zoom connection. 6. You may give the connection to your students in the meeting scheduler of your online calendar. When applicable, choose regular meetings such that the URL can stay the same over the course. Try to place a positive name on your conferences. When you intend on learning: Meetings of the course occur inside the platform of the Zoom course. Recordings can be made accessible automatically via the course page. The course meetings can be separated from other conferences.

Planned meetings often serve as activities for Calendar class participants. For unplanned events, simply use your meeting ID and official Zoom URL. Such gatherings are not going to have the advantages as mentioned earlier, so cannot be hosted by someone else. Plan Roles Assigning specific tasks to the students may be an efficient means of coordinating group practice. Often certain students take too much accountability for the activity of a community, while others may be hesitant to commit to the activities of the group. Assigning responsibilities helps to spread liability among group members, and guarantees transparency for the involvement of all students. As students practice various roles, they have the chance to develop a wide range of competencies. The most commonly needed positions for group work include facilitator, planner, and organizer, timekeeper, and issue manager. You would want to create notes of what it feels like when the job is done well when it is not done well. Ask the students to comment on their perspectives operating in communities in writing or solving issues. Students might still have suggestions for different assigned positions. When you appoint for someone else to handle facets of digital rooms, you will have a less challenging classroom managerial experience. Try requesting one supervisor or student to track the conversation and one to assist their peers with difficulties with technology. Formal identification of alternate hosts may also be created. This way, you will focus on giving lectures, and offer some additional technical skills to the students. Enhance Student’s Sense of Community If everybody reveals their faces through their webcam, the feeling of presence is strengthened. Suggest asking students to click on film as a core component of attendance, because if you can see them, it becomes simpler to communicate with the class, so students are more willing to pay care because they realize they are on display. Train students even about how to turn to the view of the Gallery (this is the perspective where everybody is equally

accessible to one another). Suggestions to connect with your students: Make eye-contact with the camera. Mute mics in case you do not participate. Find the illumination! Make sure a bright light is in front of you and not behind you. Talk in a conversational way-you does not need to talk up. Read on to operate a seamless meeting in Zoom for further information. A good sense of community can boost the class online and lead to student achievement. The culture can be improved if you take action to keep it protected from harassment or disturbance. A few approaches to meet such targets are here: Introduce yourself with the safe Zoom Meetings setups and guidance. Using the regional meeting configuration and in-meeting guidelines to ensure the class is attended only by enrolled learners and invited visitors. Manage Technical Problems For every video conferencing program, the three most important technological problems are: Members could not see. Members could not hear. External noise and mic problem. You can overcome technical issues by hosting an online training meeting for reduced-stakes, with the primary aim of signing in, troubleshooting technological issues, and getting accustomed to the Zoom application. Get in your meeting early enough to sort out technical problems. Provide a contingency strategy in case of unknown complications or challenges. Students are informed of the backup plan in advance so that if technical

issues arise, they can stay on task. Know how to address these problems by troubleshooting issues. Try communicating with your community the Participant's Guide for enhancing Your Zoom Performance. It is recommended hosting an online discussion experience with low-stakes introductory meetings, whose primary purpose is to have an entire team login, diagnose problems technical issues and get used to Zoom functionality. Create a Teaching Agenda Prepare for a simultaneous training session online much as you would prepare for an in-person meeting. Discuss the plan with students in advance, and students do have a good understanding about how the curriculum is going to proceed, what is going to be discussed and the events they are going to compete in. Periodically review web behavior and student aspirations, or recommend providing the \"good management\" guide detailing goals. Plan for a concurrent session of the course much as you would prepare for knowledge gives the lesson. Here is a testing agenda for a simultaneous sixty- minute instructor meeting to share your agenda with students in advance, so they know what is coming: Make students reflect on a problem before joining the digital classroom and write their answer on the whiteboard. Using the polling method to ask a question that includes and decides personal significance for the Mini-reading subject. Link computer, launch PowerPoint and offer mini-readings. To mark the PowerPoint slides, use the Annotation functionality in Zoom. Render the survey issue provisionally. Assign students to separate breakout spaces, chat for ten minutes, and develop a shared Google Report. Ask each party to appoint a delegate, to sum up, the main points of their debate. Ask students to support conversation if they are always puzzled. Clear up misunderstandings found in the muddiest point

conversation. Summarize the session's tasks, set goals for the follow-up events and achieve them. Record your Class If somebody has a technological problem, you can offer them further access to the course work. You should report the class session to counter this. Record in the web, not on your desktop: Recording in the cloud is easy because you will access both a video URL and an online transcribed clip. Zoom recordings do not have a quota, so records of meetings sessions using Zoom can surface only a few hours. Begin recording in the appropriate style: Once you start recording, the recording interface is focused on your vision. Note to swap presentations, and turn to active speaking view rather than a gallery (or do not use the camera or anything), or you will be overlaid in the clip over the upper right corner. While recording your class, keep in mind certain things; Let the students know that you will be recording the class. Give students a choice to silence their audio when filming, and switching off their camera. When meetings are captured in the cloud, and you use module, the recordings can be located right in PC. Such records could be done to specific preservation procedures than other documentation of class sessions. For advice about where to place the recordings, and how to show them to your students, contact your local university development help. 3.2 Engaging Students Using Different Features No one likes sitting through a normal classroom lecture for sixty minutes, and the reality that you have all the teachers there and present does not influence such a class session structure. You may use the Zoom functions to direct various kinds of interactive tasks. Such tasks provide flexibility to break up a long-class session and provide diverse forms of communicating themselves.

Chat Using the chat platform will promote interaction by encouraging students to connect, rather than only listen, with the live operation. Also, Chat has advantages over conventional classroom: Get vast quantities of replies to a question right away, then use those answers in need or save them for later. See just where the students feel on a specific topic of discussion, advising them who to contact next. Think about when, or where to allow students to talk. Are you happy with feedback during the class in chat, for example, or just at specific points? If you have a supervisor that can delete comments, you can require students to chat on an ongoing basis; otherwise, you can promote its usage at distinct times. Chat enables posts to be submitted to the whole community or another user. If you want to hold the record, you may access the complete chat history of the lesson. For students, chatting can be unbearable. It is advised that you provide this form of interaction as an alternative, but not all students need it. Even chat can be challenging to track when you are still attempting to lecture. Provide a student or supervisor supervising the conversation so that you can concentrate on teaching. Recreate live posting on twitter of guest lectures as a way to gather questions and answer them at the end of the meeting. Select one student to track the conversation when they come in and to compile queries. Create a simulated team, where a selected community of students collaborates to solve a question or address an issue. The other students respond via the chat communications channel to contributions with their fellow students. Invite students to record questions as small groups during your classes, and invite one student to address them for community discussion. Screen Sharing and Annotation Zoom provides simple annotation resources that can be used to direct or

illustrate an idea to students. Use such resources by choosing the choice Annotate while viewing the display. Computer annotations were not open to those of screen readers. When you are utilizing this tool, make sure to follow best practices for open presentation: explain what you are doing when you are doing it (for example, \"drawing a huge red ring around the registration form on this new website\"). Sharing the screens is very important to show to your students to enhance your teaching skills and your students' learning ability. You will share the computer screen with anyone at the Zoom meeting using this icon of screen sharing. Sharing a screen with Zoom is simple; all you have to do is press on the \"Share Screen\" link at the bottom of your conference. You will then press on the device you would like to display. Its modern technology and infinite functionality which help students in their classroom are becoming more efficient and imaginative. Polling Engagement in a virtual class is a core aspect of student performance. Try integrating polling functionality into difficult concepts to improve student interest with your online course. Polling enables students to share their experiences and communicate with each other, and often tells coordinators about the students in the class and encourages them to set the stage for a positive segment further. For an online course, surveys are an essential method, as they can: Link students in the classroom so that they can express their views on different topics. Be more interactive in introducing a topic or action. Give useful information on the readiness and progress of the students. Help guide and concentrate students on their education. Polls are simple to set up and then use and will bring value to an online course. A teacher is provided with several ways to incorporate this practice on Zoom. Set up polling ahead of time and start them in your class meeting. Non-Verbal Feedback

Significant feedback on assignments promotes analytical thought, proactive practice and establishes relationships between teacher and student, which are vital in an online setting. Although feedback helps evaluation, improvement and enhancement of results, it often improves student enthusiasm when they believe that the teacher is involved in their progress. To encourage students to connect with the coaching staff without disturbing the class, enable the non-verbal input function for your meetings. Check-in with the students regularly to answer any non-verbal suggestions. This app also helps you to handle vocal input, since students will be told to use the \"lift hand\" function to signal when they want to talk. Need to make students quiet before you order them to remove outside input from the room. Breakout Rooms Breakout Rooms encourage you to divide the meeting into several meetings, in a live classroom environment, comparable to community breakout sessions. Students should create their social groups and would promote further interaction. You will use the versatility of the breakout rooms in Zoom to help students perform collective learning. As the teacher, when it is time to rebuild, you can enter the breakout rooms, relay notices to the breakdown rooms and finish the breakdown session. 3.3 Specific Teaching Scenario If you are the one who is assigned to take notes (a great practice in usability), you should create closed captions, enabling you to translate what is being said in real-time. Zoom conveniently combines with services such as Play Media when you require live annotations. Prices for such a provision are not directly provided. Many students cannot see the graphic presentation or make sense of it as you wish. Take the habit of conceptually describing what happens on the screen. Small-Group Discussions Screen sharing may be used to collaborate with a person or group of students to discuss the course. Approving remote screen monitoring enables one to take possession of the interactive program of the other, which allows the remote device to browse, enter code, etc. Remember that your Breakout

Room configuration will be deactivated when remote screen control is available. Collaborative problem sharing and brainstorming are effective to annotate a whiteboard, using the virtual whiteboard application digitally. Allow everyone to annotate on the same platform in the session to express ideas and methods for solving problems. A screen is handwriting support. You can use the high-quality audio and footage from Zoom to easily have a conversation with a person or student community. Share documents or something else on your device conveniently via sharing a screen to support your discussion in an online class. The waiting room presents you with a single Zoom user ID and the option to invite-only chosen individuals to the conversation. In your waiting area, you can even set up a personalized greeting that lets students realize you will be seeing them early. Start small discussion when most students join your meeting. Pre-Recorded Video To better clarify a subject that has already been focused upon in class or if multiple students pose the same query, you might give slides. Sessions may be registered for subsequent use and exchanged. You can play videos and other clips to clarify their understandings and solving their queries. Write on Whiteboard Typically, if you perform \"board work\" as part of a course session, you have some choices. To direct students or illustrate an idea, use the simple Annotation Methods. You can write on the whiteboard if your course title is mathematics or statistics etc. Whiteboard help students to feel like sitting in a face-to-face class. It is easy to give lessons of numerical subjects or to draw while writing on the whiteboard. Interactive Review Session Host video study sessions before a whole seminar or mid-term or test. Using the polling functionality in Zoom to collect input on concerns or subjects to tackle and address private breakout spaces. Document the session, and post it for playback on request. Experts advocate mutating all remote students and calling for a supervisor to track the chat queries. This helps students to interact with each other. You can host small presentations and debates on the

current scenario and ask about their reviews through polling. 3.4 Zoom Assignment Setup Instructors have the option to set up a Task or Debate Board in all courses and encourage students to download or submit a file. Large recording files may take up a lot of room in the course, or the submitting region of the student's program. There has a specific feature for Zoom videos that will guarantee students can reduce their number of files to a minimal. The application is recognized as the Media Record/Upload method. It would require students to upload five hundred Megabytes files without restricting either the course or the students. Setting up an Assignment or Discussion forum post with these resources, and having the students know the correct way to apply is particularly crucial for the teacher. Do not search the \"Data Uploads\" box when setting up the assignment because the students would use up much of the course room. Alternatively, you can allow the \"Record/Upload Files\" feature to avoid massive uploads of files for your task. If you duplicate Assignments from previous classes, you will still need to change them. Upload Assignment on Zoom When you have chosen the “File on this Device” choice to document your presentation, using the steps below to transfer your file to an Assignment. Your professor will provide the task that is designed to take a Zoom recording. You should not add a Zoom link to a request that has a click “Link Upload”. The Role should be designed as described. 1. Select “Send Application” to start Notification. 2. Select “Media track/Upload”. 3. Choose the tab “Upload files” then press the button “Download video file”. 4. Using the Zoom Data File on your Windows. 5. Select on \"Deliver Assignment\". 3.5 Zoom Individual Presentation Setup

Allow the time to customize the external atmosphere before you present a specific presentation. If necessary, prepare a document of the conversation with a microphone because such microphones will eliminate noise not coming from three to five meters away from the mouthpiece. Use a space where you can shut the door or not be disrupted while minimizing audio from elsewhere in the room. Tiled rooms are recommended over wooden floors to lessen the noise effect in your audiotape. When you capture the video image, sunlight will be coming from in front of you and never behind you to stop putting shadows on your eyes. One or two crane lamps are lined up behind the screen monitor, and you will be doing this conveniently facing it. Your backdrop should be fascinating but not intrusive, and it does not include a window if the window has both shutters and curtains to obstruct the light. While capturing, mute the mobile phones, email updates, text messages/chats and other electronic signals. Many vibratory alerts from cell phones are visible when using the smartphone microphone, so you may need to put your mobile phone on a comforter or smooth surface to minimize this. Prepare your Device for Individual Presentation Connect any of the programs that you would not be utilized during the presentation on your device. You may also need to deactivate “Device Operating System” new email alerts or notices. In your videoed session, this will prevent them from appearing. Place the imaging lens at eye level if you are using a Webphone. When you are using a tablet, books, a desktop stand or other surrounding things should be used to boost it. This will guarantee that the audiences in the video get in contact with your eyes. Zoom Setup 1. Press from the Zoom application on \"Start a conference\" icon and connect to the Audio meeting. 2. Activate the online camera if necessary. 3. Tap the “Sharing Monitor” button in the Zoom Session lower middle. 4. Pick “Server” and then “Screen Sharing”.

5. The menu bar Zoom can now push up to the top of the display. A green boundary across the screen you are sharing would be available. This is the area to be recorded. 6. The application that is word or PowerPoint may need to be enlarged or shrunk, so it takes up an entire display. When you are using your phone, make sure the camera image does not obscure the video. 7. Record your presentation if needed. Review your Recorded Presentation When you are recording a Zoom conference, it will send it to the hard drive of your local device. Once the meeting is over, this conference will be converted to a standard.mp4 file format for video playback by the Zoom service provider. Looking in the Downloads folder or inside the Zoom app, you can locate your Zoom recordings by pressing on the following ways: 1. To play backwards your meetings, beneath the meeting details, press the Play Video icon. 2. Tap the Open button to find your .mp4 video file on your screen. 3. Find the folder referring to date/time of the conference. 4. The video file is often or appropriately called zoom 1.mp4. 5. You can rename the video file to facilitate later finding. 3.6 Zoom Group Presentation Setup Zoom has a group presentation feature to enhance teaching facility during this scenario. You can conduct group assignments to check the learning of your students and to increase their presentation skills. A team presentation through Zoom is a perfect opportunity for the professor or the whole class to highlight the work. This is necessary to set up tasks for each participant before you start and set up a rehearsal session to rehearse the steps involved. If you record the performance or show 'live,' a crucial step is to work smoothly with the Zoom controls. Meeting Host The host of the conference has four primary duties:

The meeting is arranged via the Zoom application, and the meeting URL is submitted to the other team leaders Begin/delay/finish documentation of the contents of the discussion during the conference. Download the captured video file to show or edit by teacher or class and share it with other members of the group via Office, cloud storage or some other platform The Meeting Host can even be liable for screen sharing and material modification during a group presentation, as an alternative. Meeting Participants Participants of the conference must enter the URL Zoom group sent out by the Server. Participants may opt to have a voiceover statement as the meeting moderator manages the PowerPoint presentations, or each participant may have to share their laptop and monitor information distribution for their portion of the conversation. Host Controls Meeting Host also had power over all of the conference’s activities and functionality. To use these settings, click \"Organize Participants\" in the menu bar of your in-meeting zoom (you will need to pull your mouse over the name of the participant to see all of the possibilities). The group of Members contains many critical terms to the conference. Tap on the “Further” tab at the “Participants” section at the lower right. Mute/Unmute All meeting participants: you will have the choice (checkbox) to enable the members to unmute or not. Other users would not be allowed to access a display when choosing lock screen sharing. Immediately silence the members when they join the conference. Plays a tone as the members exit the conference and leave. You may secure the meeting, and no other members are permitted to participate. There are also other choices open when jumping over a single

person. Pause or question to launch a web camera for the participant Make Host: you can grant another participating member permission to be the host of the meeting-after, making another member the host of the conference, the host can also recover other Host. You could kick out the conference participants. You can request other members to record the meeting. Change the name set for the audience member. Placed the student on hold, delete them from the video and audio conferencing. Content Sharing for Presentation Zoom lets you display your monitor on laptop, tablet and handheld computers operating Zoom. By clicking on the Sharing Screen icon, the host and the attendant will start screen sharing for presentation. The host does not have to \"move the pitch\" to communicate or \"making someone else a presenter\". The host is allowed to \"lock screen access\" so that no attendant will view the display. 1. Pick the \"Connect Display\" button inside the toolbar of your conference. 2. You may opt to display your \"Desktop\" or \"External application/window\" after clicking \"Display Screen\" located in your in-meeting menu. 3. Even when posting a video clip such as Facebook or a locally stored video file, you can choose to share \"desktop voice\". Annotation Tools to Help in Presenting You will have the option to use different features during your Screen Sharing. To open the drop-down toolbar by moving your cursor to the top of the screen and selecting \"Annotate\". Resources for creating annotations include Mouse, Drawing, Edit with text, Screen light, Erase, Coloring, Redo/Undo, Clear, and save. This feature of saving helps you to save all device annotations as a screenshot immediately. The snapshot and the meeting

recording are transferred to the regular meeting tab. You can switch on the \"Split Screen for Dual Monitor Option\" to display the screen sharing on one display and the participants on the other if you are using a dual monitor configuration. Participant Side Annotation helps any participant to start formatting on an accessed screen. Throughout the upper meeting slider, the participant can use \"Annotate\". Sharing Mouse Controls in Group Presentation It can be simple and easy for one person to handle all of the information sharing with numerous persons in a team presentation. For example, the host will monitor the recordings start/stop, while the PowerPoint can be opened on their device by group member one. Other presenters can require the team member one cursor control to track the presentation. For mouse control to be shared; Participants must be joining a Windows or Mac conference The participant who exposes their computer shall be on a Laptop or PC You may ask the host or the user who is sharing their display for remote control. When the consumer finishes talking, you need to find the slide down toolbar menu at the top of your conference screen in the center. From the drop-down menu, select \"wireless remote invitation\". It would then submit a message to the host/attendee asking whether they want you to monitor their display, or not. You can \"give mouse/touchpad control\" to some other group member who is in the conference while connecting the display in a Zoom meeting. 1. First, the host or member must pick \"Share Screen\", (Host cannot facilitate screen sharing to display in the meeting with another member). 2. Then, push your mouse up to the top of your conference window/panel to \"click\" the panel sharing drop-down button. 3. Click \"Give access to mouse/touch screen\" and then pick the person to whom you want to grant access. To start control, the

members can click on anywhere on their display.

Chapter 4: Choosing Zoom over Other Tools Zoom is one of the most quickly increasing video conferencing technologies out there. Installation and hosting of video calls are fast. It is perfect for video chats with friends and family or conferencing with your staff when operating from home. There are many benefits of using Zoom in your teaching and remote working in this scenario. 4.1 Benefits of Zoom Unless the business is like the other, all of its workers are operating right now from home because of the current scenario all over the world. It will usually find teamwork incredibly challenging. Software solutions such as Zoom, however, communicate nature and extent. You might use Zoom to hold a community meeting with all of your staff regardless of where each participant is. Additionally, you can hold one-on-one meetings, workshops for employee training and more through the Zoom website. Such critical technologies make it easier for management practitioners to link and involve their diverse teams, and keep their businesses going productively forward. Zoom has several useful functionality tools. Yet fortunately, because of the elegant Zoom design, these functions are simple to use. Many of the features of the video conferencing system are readily available and need limited instruction to allow full use of them. When you want to get lost, the Zoom page provides loads of support tools. Finally, Zoom is helpful because it does not charge you to use your corporation. It is pretty cheap in fact regarding the abundance of characteristics it comes with. You can use functions for free though Zoom still provides premium plans with comprehensive feature sets. But even these are not going to make any difference, ensuring good return on investment for the organizations that use it. Remote Working We are trying to maintain things stable while the condition is not usually challenging-particularly during global crises. One such thing is to change roles and work from home while we are used to going to the workplace every day. In these days of video calling, tweeting, and file sharing, several people

are happily willing to transfer their workdays early. Nonetheless, remote work has been a part of the daily lifestyle of many cultures for years, and although the transition may seem challenging, it is not impossible. Developers take on our staff's technology strategies, and the knowledge of many of our reporters and editors, to put together information and suggestions from home on having worked. This involves both detailed information about working remotely, having to deal with conference calls and make a decent standing desk, but also quick tips on how to utilize Zoom. Zoom can help in organizing class meetings and staff meetings sitting at home. It can help you to work remotely no matter where you are and what you are doing. Work from Home Remote job and teaching more effective are becoming increasingly common in schools and businesses around the globe, and institutions need to ensure their employees have the techniques they need to get the best communications experience at home. Zoom is introducing the unveiling of the latest category, Zoom for Home, as part of our commitment to helping anyone operating from home, which enables you to access a dedicated personal communication tool for video presentations, phone calls and immersive whiteboard. Each group incorporates updates to the Zoom app with compatible equipment for improving the home business experience. Zoom for Home is also compliant with all Zoom Rooms Devices, like Sleek and Poly hardware options, enabling consumers to pick the equipment they need to build the ideal work-from, home connectivity experience through spaces including the family room. Sign in to a computer compliant with Zoom for Home with a Zoom user profile to immediately create interactive office environments with no additional licenses (Zoom for Home is eligible for all Zoom discussion licenses, except Basic). Easily schedule meetings, work collaboratively virtually with information sharing and annotation and send and receive telephone calls. Synchronizes with the user's schedule, status, conference settings

and phone for an embedded video-first identity management experience. Zoom for home computers may be established for virtual IT control through the admin app, or end-user self-service. Ensures the equipment is primarily developed for simple operation with minimal or no IT assistance is suited for desk configurations and matches the price level for setting up a home workplace. A Chance to Work on your Passion If you should do one thing to change your life, it is doing what you are excited about and using it as a profession, as a career or as a passion. While this is not easy, the path is worth it because it pays off when you are doing something that you enjoy. It is not easy to work on your passion while attending a hectic routine. A tiring job or a student routine can make you keep your passion aside. During the current scenario, there is a lot of time for everyone to take a stand and work hard on passion while staying at home using Zoom. It can help you to learn additional things and taking classes in different short courses. Zoom provides excellent benefits for its users, especially in the learning process. Good for Online Teaching As a teacher, if you or your learners have a situation which keeps you from meeting the person, Zoom can help maintain your class going. Online class meetings, in which everyone is planned to join a Zoom meeting, are one way to create interaction when learners are remote, but Zoom can also be used to assist other learning and teaching situations. So long as a student attendant is on a laptop, they can select a connection to the URL and be taken to a chat with instructor instantly. This removes slow updates entirely, annoying bonus services and plenty of boring things. Often people need to upgrade their software or flash to reach, but that never transforms into an issue that lasts more than two minutes. It is suitable for first-time gatherings and already-off meetings. Zoom provides different beneficial features for online classes like a whiteboard, screen sharing, screen recording, assignment and presentation setup etc.

4.2 Zoom vs. Other Meeting Tools Zoom is no ordinary forum for video chat. It is an advanced cloud-based platform that contains a full range of popular conference devices. Zoom comes with split sessions that can be used to segment the audiences (for example, consumers or employees) into smaller classes for webinar preparation, unique subjects or online group discussion. The leader has the ability to monitor the meeting to the full with Zoom. You can silence all microphones, display show access for the attendees, and so on. This method helps the members to participate by digitally adding their hands to the dialog. The chat utility of Zoom also allows viewers to interact directly with the teacher and other participants, thus ensuring a cooperative work setup. Zoom is one of the most increasingly increasing video conferencing tools out there. Download and hosting video calls are fast. Yet you may want to find a decent Zoom alternative because of new protection and privacy issues around Zoom. They are perfect for family and friend’s video conferences or conferencing with your staff when operating from home. It is worth mentioning that almost many of these have free copies if you use them others provide limited access to premium functionality. The following list contains apps that allow you to join without even needing to register for the service. 4.3 Zoom vs Microsoft Teams Zoom is a pioneer in the mobile communications business, addressing seamless networking at all endpoints through their cloud network for recording, audio conferencing, sharing, messaging, and webinars. Microsoft Teams is the all-encompassing work stream integration for Microsoft and a single messaging tool – integrating forums, messages, calls, and file sharing with the Office 365 technology suite to get you together through a collaborative workplace. Microsoft Teams and Zoom each combine and operate at a considerable degree with the way they provide a range of video conferencing tools and Interface telephony services. Digging further into the more complex functionality, Usability, pricing, and alignment is how companies will determine trade-offs and make the right choices as to which technology is the

match. Features Where features are concerned, both Zoom and Teams allow direct meetings, conversations, calls, screen sharing and document management. Microsoft's connectivity between Teams and Office365 package is the distinction between the ways. This makes it easy for Microsoft Teams always to be a one-stop-shop with other companies. This also facilitates smooth communication, copies and the check for data. Yet going some distance to complement the convergence of Microsoft's Office365, and Zoom offers an extensive collaboration and a collection of technological integrations. Zoom, as a corporation, is a far younger enterprise than Microsoft's behemoth. Still, it continues to succeed in its ambitious strategy, perhaps since it doesn't have to care about handling several existing clients at the ground. User Interface Within Microsoft Teams vs Zoom controversy, the user interface and functionality are really where Zoom succeeds. Zoom customers are also raving about the comfortable design and the potential to get function effectively running smoothly with little or no instruction or IT help. Microsoft Teams face a more significant problem because customers need to get to grips on how to communicate across various networks and departments, integrate file storage, as well as the other Office365 apps built into departments. Since the complete range of shared work stream features integrated into Teams enables it to deliver a wider use field and scenarios than Zoom, this exact meaning is also in certain respects as regards on- boarding. Room System When areas of the competition Zoom vs Teams continue to become highly integrated, one field of distinct difference is the \"space structures\" that are built inside an organization. A space layout will vary from a basic huddle room design up to a deluxe meeting room for executives. They break down what you need to learn about room structures like contrasting Microsoft Teams vs Zoom modulate in the webinar on UC meeting rooms.

While both provide data integration, interaction upgrades, mobile companion apps and support for dual-screen spaces, Zoom has the additional advantage of letting in people, and Teams provide similarity recognition. Another distinction among both Zoom vs Microsoft Teams would be that Zoom validates both technology solutions and hardware while teams certify only the device solutions. Pricing Microsoft Teams and Zoom give each a free edition of the app, providing more premium capabilities for paying plans. Microsoft Teams Free software provides restricted communication and teamwork, applications and resources for efficiency, conferences and calls, and safety. Two critical items that are lacking from the free edition include admin software or support from Microsoft. The free edition of Zoom provides meetings that can accommodate up to hundred people (with a community meeting maximum of forty minutes) and opens 1:1 meetings. It provides digital assistance, video and web conferencing tools, group communication tools, and protection. Microsoft's Paid package is marginally higher per consumer than the equivalent Pro plan with Zoom, but they charged equally with their business services. 4.4 Zoom vs Google Hangouts While both technologies are beneficial at the core to remain connected throughout this global scenario, some crucial things make them distinguishable. If you choose to use a video chat device to host job meetings or keep up-to-date on the latest news from your mates, these are the most obvious distinctions between Google Hangouts with Zoom. Maximum Participants The number of participants video chat software enables you to get in one meeting might be a make-or-break level for you, based on whether you choose to hold big company-wide gatherings. Google Hangouts allows up to one hundred and fifty people to chat, but restrictions its video calls to only twenty persons per call. This appears to work for those that have conferences in small groups or just want to chat with some friends.

By contrast, Zoom lets users have a video call with up to a hundred participants. The Gallery View functionality enables you to display on one computer up to forty-nine of those people. And, if you decide to hold an even bigger gathering, you may get up to five hundred members. Features Not everybody is utilizing video-conferencing software for phone calls only. Occasionally, it is good to think that the software will do more. When you are searching for something a bit better, perhaps your most reliable option is Google Hangouts. The operating system does have additional features, but most do not require the extensive procedure. Things involve mobile conferencing, smart muting, and connectivity with many other Google applications. Most of the time, you can just get into and start utilizing Google Hangouts. At first, the zoom does seem a little too difficult, but it offers a beautiful collection of extra features if you would like some entertainment. It provides a note-taking annotation device, an automated document-creator and even a touch-up function. Screen Sharing Whether you are in a colleague conference or chatting to mates about the strange thing, occasionally you need online resources. So if you are still on a video call that is where the apps for screen sharing come in. Google Hangouts allows users to share your display in the video call with others, but this is restricted to one person at the same time. At the other side, zooming enables many individuals to display their screens at once inside conferences. Time Limit When you are searching for a video conferencing device for work sessions, the time period for video messaging may not care as much. However, if your video-app-related habits consist of being on hand at all times of the day for your closest buddies, time limitations might be a blocker in the agreement. Google Hangouts has no established restrictions on the number of calls you

may create to anyone. Yet Zoom has a limitation on anyone who uses its free pack. Even if you can make infinite numbers of requests, each call will last only up to forty minutes. If you have a pro plan, or something more costly than that, the duration can step up to twenty-four hours. Apart from thinking about the functionality of an app, often it just allows you to use it and equate it to others directly and figure out the choice is better for you. Pricing When you are only searching for a video-conferencing device for mates and personal usage, you will want to pay as little to zero as you can. When you just choose to use Google Hangouts to send and accept voice and video calls, you can do so at no price. So if you want access to maintain track of your conferences and conversations, pricing for thirty Gigabits of storage begins at six dollars a month. Zoom has numerous sets, priced based on how many apps are used. The free choice enables you to get the meetings open with up to a hundred people. You can spend fifteen dollars a month for a group account per member. 4.5 Zoom vs Skype Imagine connecting with your workers directly from your Computer/phone through text messenger, screen sharing, and document sharing and casual video or audio calling. Fast and clear that is all about Skype. With a broad user base, the probability is your workers are comfortable with it already. Skype is designed to make good interaction using new technology. Skype is a simple messaging application, like Zoom, enables users to send direct messages to other users. Users will combine video and audio from their chat sessions without any effort. In brief, Skype is a perfect forum for text messaging, exchange of information, screen sharing and casual video or audio calling. General Information When comparing Zoom vs Skype, the main obstacle is that they are both compelling means of communication. Selecting between both can be difficult because both are reliable and cost-effective. Through nature, Zoom is a platform focused on video conferencing that was developed to facilitate