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Discouraging Zoombombing

Content in this entry provided by UTK Office of Information Technology Zoom-Guidance – Guidelines from UTK on setting preferences to restrict participants, 4/1/2020   “Zoom-Bombing” is a new term for when individuals “gate-crash” Zoom meetings. These uninvited guests could share their screens, make disturbing posts in the chat, and attempt to take over the meeting.…

Mute All And Unmute All

You can mute all participants that are already in the meeting as well as new participants joining the meeting. Select Manage Participants Select Mute All You will be prompted to Allow participants to unmute themselves. Clicking Continue will mute all current and new participants.

Switching Windows during Screen Sharing

During screen sharing, you can switch between different Windows or Desktop by moving your mouse/pointer to the top of the meeting window. Select – ” New Share”   Other options during screen sharing includes- mouse/keyboard control, annotate, record, mute, chat, etc.. Click here to learn more about available features during Screen Sharing. To end your…

Zoom Etiquette

As a Zoom participant, you can do the following to assist in making the class or meeting as effective as possible. Mute your microphone if you are not talking.  This helps with background noise reduction for all those attending. Use the Everyone chat feature for questions, responses, and engagement with others without disturbing or interrupting…