<VV> Testing your "ZOOMABILTY"??
jaysplace at laserpubs.com
Wed Oct 21 22:25:56 EDT 2020
Ah, I hadn't thought of phoning for the audio, but doesn't matter - I
used the phone for the video.
Using the cell for only the voice would certainly reduce the battery drain!
On 10/21/2020 5:27 PM, mark--- via VirtualVairs wrote:
> You don't have to have a camera to use zoom, and if you are missing a
> microphone on your computer IF the zoom meeting is set up right, you
> can view any posted content (shared screen) on your computer and call
> in for two way audio such that it shouldn't kill your phone as fast
> with a cell call as it does with cell data.
> Ask that the meeting be set up that way.
> I prefer webx or microsoft teams, but most of the meetings I have with
> university partners are done with zoom. It works.
> Mark N
> On 10/21/20 8:18 PM, Jay Maechtlen via VirtualVairs wrote:
>> My desktop doesn't have a camera at the moment, so I've been
>> attending our club zoom meetings on my phone.
>> But it sucks the battery down fast (even with charge cable connected
>> ?!) that I finished our last meeting on the desktop.
>> Microphones are cheap enough, one of my buddies gave me one years ago.
>> But either one works.
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