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User controls during a meeting
During a meeting you’ll have a multitude of options available that will help facilitate your meeting. From whiteboards to reactions Zoom can be a very diverse tool to collaborate with colleagues.
Listed below is an overview of the basics to get you started for your first session.
Toggles the microphone for your device. Additional options can be revealed by selecting the arrow next to the icon.
Note that a common best practice is to mute your microphone until your ready to speak. You never know when an unexpected noise might creep in and distrupt the meeting for others.
|2||Toggles the video for your device. Additional options can be revealed by selecting the arrow next to the icon.|
Screen sharing within Zoom is quite robust. Some common features are to:
For more information see the help article: Audio, Video, Sharing
Toggles the chat window for the meeting.
For more information about chat see the help article: In-Meeting Chat
Reactions are a social feature that help facilitate participation during meetings without disrupting the current presentation.
Participants can select from a list of emotes which will appear for all on the meeting window for 5 seconds.
For more information see the help article: Meeting Reactions
Removes you from the meeting.
Note that as a host or moderator you’ll also have the option of ending the meeting for everyone in the session
For more information see the help article: Pass Host Controls and Leave Meeting