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How to Enable and Add a Co-Host in Zoom Meeting

The co-host feature in Zoom is an essential tool for meeting and webinar hosts. It allows the primary host to share hosting privileges with other users, enabling them to take on various administrative roles during the session. This guide highlights the key aspects of the co-host feature. Key Features of the Co-Host Role Sharing Hosting…

How to report inappropriate behavior in Zoom App

The meeting security features in our platform provide you with an easy way to keep your meetings secure. By selecting which participants you wish to report, including any written details, and adding attachments, you can make a report for inappropriate behavior during a meeting. In the event of any misuse of this platform, this report…

How to view closed captioning/live transcription in Zoom

In Zoom meetings and webinars, you have a variety of options to create a closed caption for each speaker, which provides you with subtitles for the spoken exchange within the meeting. This feature may be used to satisfy the accessibility requirements of participants or so they may follow the discussion easily. The Zoom meeting features…

How to Adjust your video layout during a Zoom virtual meeting

During your Zoom meetings and presentations, you can adjust your video layout preferences according to your needs-see everyone, hide participants, and much more. If no one is screen sharing, then meeting participants have the option to choose from 4 different video layouts: Speaker view, Gallery view, Immersive view, and floating thumbnail view.¬†You can choose to…

How to participating in breakout rooms in Zoom

Zoom breaks up the main meeting into separate breakout rooms which are separate sessions that can be viewed separately. These sessions give the participants the opportunity to get together in smaller groups, and are completely isolated from the main session regarding both audio and video. During these breakout sessions, participants can collaborate and discuss the…