Zoom Tips/ Guests
Sent to us by Ilene Corina & Mary Redler
- If people are showing their face, you should show your face. Turn your camera on!
- If you are on the phone (not computer), mute yourself. If the host has to mute you, you will not know it
- Come on a few minutes early so program / meeting can start on time
- Keep call in information available in case you get disconnected
- Keep the camera eye level. No one wants to look at your forehead or up your nose
- What is behind you? A blank wall or simple background is less distracting and less revealing than a messy view
- Calling in and using computer sound at the same time will cause static and background noise
- Raise your hand when you want to speak – there is a hand raise button
- For a large group, do not use up the time on irrelevant information. There may be a time schedule
- Look your best from the waist up. Looking sloppy will make you feel sloppy.
- Take attendance at some point for your records, or ask someone to take attendance for you
- Have help / support to work controls for groups over 10
- Encourage the raise hand button
- A good facilitator will keep a record of who is next and call of list after each speaker
- Allow for comments after each speaker such as “unless someone wants to comment or respond to XXX, XXX is next”
- Remember to record if you want to record but let people know ahead of time
David I. Gussin
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