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Explore products and tools for seamless collaboration across office and home working spaces. Discover hybrid solutions. Discover new ways to use Zoom solutions to power your modern workforce.

Network with other Zoom users, and share your own product and industry insights. Get documentation on deploying, managing, and using the Zoom platform. What’s New at Zoom? Join our upcoming webinar to get a first-hand look into some of our exciting new product and feature releases. I’m trying to host a zoom meeting from my iPhone using the Zoom iOS app. I have a Pro account.

When I set up the meeting to only use Device audio, starting the meeting I just get the options “Wifi” or “No audio”. When I set up the meeting to also allow Telephone Audio, starting the meeting I get the options “Wifi”, “Dial in” or “No audio”, but still no “Call using internet audio”. Once I enable Wifi I can join with device audio, but the location where I will be hosting the call doesn’t have Wifi. If you are using your computer to connect to your Stitch Event on Zoom, follow these steps to automatically enable your audio.

If you are using a mobile device such as a phone or tablet to connect to your Stitch Event on Zoom, follow these steps to automatically enable your audio. More information about auto-enabling your audio on Zoom can be found here. All Collections. See also: Zoom Meetings: 10 tips and tricks you should know about.

If you want to know how to use Zoom, you have to get familiar with its main features. We suggest you do that before you join a real meeting. Here are the main ones you should know and try out:. Just click on the microphone or camera icon to switch either of them on or off. Mute a participant: This feature is only available to a host — the person who starts a meeting. Raise your hand: Whenever you want to speak, you can signal it to the host by raising your hand virtually.

The host will then give you the floor to talk or ask questions. This is a great feature that prevents multiple people from talking at once.

Record a meeting: You can record any Zoom Meeting you enter. Also, keep in mind that the host of a meeting manages this feature. By default, the message will be sent to a group channel, meaning everyone will see it.

You also can send a private message to a colleague by selecting their name from the drop-down menu located above the text field. Share your screen: Zoom supports screen-sharing, a must-have tool for a business-focused video conferencing tool.

 
 

 

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Discover hybrid solutions. Discover new ways to use Zoom solutions to power your modern workforce. Network with other Zoom users, and share your own product and industry insights. Get documentation on deploying, managing, and using the Zoom platform.

What’s New at Zoom? Join our upcoming webinar to get a first-hand look into some of our exciting new product and feature releases. Ensure that the Bluetooth speaker is available and connected in the Audio settings and in-meeting. Ah SaraKarolina I see you’re on mobile. Yeah, Zoom just uses the phone integrated microphone or connected Bluetooth device. If seeing this, you can tap the speaker icon to turn it to your connected Bluetooth device tested on iOS.

So the icon with the speaker is in the meetingrom on the top to the left? Can I just click on it? It is probably not possible to test this before a meeting? SaraKarolina should be able to! I would suggest testing in your personal meeting room before. If connected, you should hear a little chime when unmuting and muting yourself. Have tried the above suggested steps and I can’t still get audio on my Bluetooth speaker from zoom.

I’m using an android mobile. Is your Bluetooth speaker reconfigurable by your device? If so, should be recognizable by Zoom as well. Are you able to see the little speaker icon. I have the same issue and also use an ipad. As you can see from the screen shot there is no speaker icon. How do I connect to Bluetooth using the iPad zoom screen please?

I’m having exactly the same problem. Around December it all broke. I have the speaker button, the phone speakerphone works, but when I switch it to BT it just comes out the phone earpiece. I’m trying to use it with the same BT headphones.

The headphones are connected and I can play music and make phone calls through them. My phone Samsung Note 20 ultra was updated recently and is running Android I just completely uninstalled Zoom, deleted all the data, and reinstalled it.

I’m having the same issue exactly as described. Android Zoom app refuses to send audio to any bluetooth speaker that doesn’t have a microphone. It would be much better if I could listen to presentations, large group meetings, etc. I hope Zoom people can understand the rationale for this request and fix the app so it can send audio output to an external bluetooth speaker.

Hi InspectorGadget SaraKarolina LynTh Domw9rld as your cases may be unique, I would suggest contacting our Zoom technical support and they can further look into your issue. If you are using your computer to connect to your Stitch Event on Zoom, follow these steps to automatically enable your audio. If you are using a mobile device such as a phone or tablet to connect to your Stitch Event on Zoom, follow these steps to automatically enable your audio.

More information about auto-enabling your audio on Zoom can be found here. All Collections. Speaker View works well when the call involves up to four people. Gallery View works well for larger groups. Here are some things you can do if you are having this issue:. For back issue go to the CI News Archive. For help go to the Stay Connected page. Comment Contact Privacy Terms of Use. Context Institute. Catalyzing a graceful transition to a sustainable planetary future.

Getting Started Using Zoom is very similar to using Skype. To use Zoom you will need: a video camera, either built in to your device or a separate webcam most modern computers, smartphones and tablets have this built in a microphone, either built in to your device or in the webcam most modern computers, smartphones and tablets have this built in , or a phone a broadband internet connection the Zoom client installed on your machine.

Setting up a free account You can be a guest on a call without any account but you need an account to host a call. You can change your name that will identify you in the call in the second text box. Just click the button. The Interface When you move your mouse over the video window, a toolbar shows up at the bottom of the screen. Moving from left to right: Audio and Video In the lower left corner of the screen you will find a microphone icon and a video camera icon.

Leave or End Meeting In the lower right corner is a button that allows you to leave a meeting if you are a guest or end the meeting if you are the host. Stay Connected.