How to use ZOOM for Remote Working and Online Learning in 2020

How to use ZOOM for Remote Working and Online Learning in 2020

It’s official. Dallas, Texas has been added to the “Safer-at-home” as we all want this Coronavirus nightmare to end! This means that virtually overnight, we all became Remote Workers and some of us have also become teachers too.

A popular application that we use is ZOOM which allows us to video conference our teammates and our kids use it to connect with their teachers too. Since this whole pandemic looks like it’s here for a while, I have been inundated with questions about zoom. From basic questions like how do you use it, to more complicated ones such as how do you use Zoom with a slow internet connection. Therefore, I have put together this handy guide on Zoom settings, tips and tricks I have picked up having used Zoom for many years!

How to use Zoom for Remote Working and Remote Online Learning

What about Remote Work?

Work has changed forever. No longer is Remote Working only for Influencers and hipsters in coffee shops but is no mainstream. Check out this superb infographic on TimeToReply.com which shows how the Coronavirus has impacted the economy which really does outline the challenges we now face:

Remote Work in the Coronavirus Economy
Source: timetoreply.com

We sure are living in interesting times and this too shall pass! So while we are stuck at home and being safe, now is the time to make the best and the most of this situation!

 

 

Liron Segev - TheTechieGuy

Liron Segev - TheTechieGuy

Liron Segev is an award-winning blogger, YouTube strategist and Podcaster. He helps brands tell their stories in an engaging and real way that regular consumers can relate to. He also drinks too much coffee! Connect on: Twitter: @Liron_Segev YouTube: YouTube.com/LironSegev Instagram: @TheTechieGuy LinkedIn: Liron Segev

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