Over the recent weeks, you can’t help but to have heard of Zoom.
As people look for ways to connect to others online, Zoom is proving to be incredibly popular, and for good reason. At its core, it’s a video conferencing service, allowing you to talk and see others and for them to hear and see you.
But its uses go beyond simply staying in touch with friends and family. Thanks to the way it handles multiple connections, it’s ease of use and fantastic audio quality, Zoom can, and is, being used for anything from online lectures, church services, working from home, fitness classes and more. In fact, it’s what we use to produce the Double Tap Radio show. Oh, and did I mention it’s very accessible to screen reader user?
In this audio, I will give an overview of how Zoom works by using the iPhone app to create a meeting, then send an invitation out and finally, joining the meeting using a PC. Once you understand the concepts of Zoom, you’ll be able to set up or join your own Zoom meetings on any platform.
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Co-host & audio producer on the Double Tap Canada radio show. Occasional contributor to Double Tap TV, full time shed resident.