With face-to-face meetings being cancelled due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Individuals have turned to video conferencing platforms, such as Zoom or Microsoft team etc. to maintain productivity and keep in touch with colleagues and customers. Let’s us introduce a quick guide for those who haven’t tried.
The good news is that Zoom Meetings has a free plan available. The free plan lets you host up to 100 participants and take part in unlimited one-on-one meetings. However, each group meeting can only be 40 minutes long at most.
If the free plan is not good enough for you, you can sign up for one of the paid plans. Pricing is affordable, though, starting at just $14.99 per month per host. Then the meeting can host up to 1,000 participants. Host is the only person to pay the fee.
How to get start?
Download Zoom software to your computer or smartphone
Create an account by clicking the “Sign in with Google” or “Sign in with Facebook” buttons.
After you’ve installed the Zoom app, you’ll see buttons to “Join a Meeting” or “Host a meeting.”
If you want are to “Join a Meeting”, simply enter the “meeting ID”, or you may need to enter a password from the host.
Or you want to “Host a meeting”, then click the “Copy Invitation” button on the screen, a message with your Zoom meeting’s URL, ID, and phone dial-in information will be copied to your clipboard that you can drop in an email or a text message.
If you want to start the meeting later, then click the “Schedule” button and select the specified time and date. And then the participate can login during the meeting time to join the meeting.
For further information, please contact us.
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