ZOOM virtual Meetings
The FEDDs continue with events using Zoom virtual meetings. We continue to get out the left-leaning vote, plus the FEDDs community continues to grow and support one another!
We use Zoom (https://zoom.us/) as our virtual meeting provider. You can join meetings using a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or mobile phone. Depending on your device features, you can join the web meeting to see everyone else in the meeting, be seen through a web cam by the other attendees, or hear the audio of the meeting.
The presenter can also display information from their computer.
Each FEDDs event has a Zoom meeting link, meeting ID, password, and dial-in numbers. You can find the link for a specific event on our Facebook page or in a FEDDs newsletter email.. You can use the link or the meeting ID to join through you computer or tablet. Click here for instructions to join a meeting. You can use the dial-in number for audio-only attendance with your phone.
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Two Ways to Create a Zoom Account
A tutorial by Codrut Neagu published on 03.31.2020
Six Ways to Join a Zoom Meeting
A tutorial by Codrut Neagu published on 04.09.2020
Install Zoom on Windows
Before you can host or join a Zoom meeting, you need to install the Zoom client on your PC. When you are sent an email to join a Zoom meeting, you are prompted to download the client (if not installed).
Install Zoom on a Mac
The instructions cover installing the Zoom client on a Mac. To install Zoom on your Mac computer, you may need to change your Security and Privacy settings to work with the downloaded apps.
This web page covers these topics:
Permissions for installing
Installing the Zoom application
Zoom application permissions
Installing Zoom on an Android Phone (many pictures)
Use the Google, email, or Facebook login. Do not use the SSO login!
Installing Zoom on an iPhone (video)