Shelley Troyer, iTAC, will present the first Tech Tips Live! 15-minute session on Getting the Most Out of Your Zoom Meetings, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27.
The session is designed to discuss features that you might not be familiar with such as:
- Co-hosting a meeting
- Placing an attendee on hold
- Locking a meeting
- Spotlighting vs. pinning a video
- Muting all attendees vs. muting attendees on entry
- Using breakout rooms
- Hosting webinars
Go to ksu.zoom.us/j/738417925 and be sure to join the session a few minutes early so you don’t miss any of this 15-minute talk. Questions about the topic or how to connect to Zoom? Contact Shelley Troyer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Zoom has a new feature available called Breakout Sessions. Zoom meetings can be split into up to 50 sessions. They can be split automatically or manually, and you can switch between sessions at any time.
Participants have full audio, video and screen share capabilities. Users must be running version 3.5.31149.1102 or higher to use this feature.
For more information, see Zoom’s “Managing Breakout Sessions” support center article. If you have any questions about Zoom, contact email@example.com.
Save time traveling to meetings by using Zoom video conferencing. Zoom is a free tool available to all K-State faculty, staff, and students. To get started, see the Using Zoom Guide (PDF).
Zoom, K-State’s audio/video conferencing service, has increased the default capacity of all Zoom meetings from 25 participants to 50 participants. The upgrade is effective Friday, Oct. 9.
Zoom is available to all K-State students, faculty and staff. Zoom can be used with any PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, or Android device.
You can use Zoom for:
- Holding quick and easy group meetings
- Recording meetings for future use
- Meeting with instructors, co-workers, and classmates
- Working remotely with outside vendors
Zoom allows up to 100 participants. If you need more participants than the standard 50 participants, send a request to Shelley Troyer (firstname.lastname@example.org). To learn about using Zoom, view the Accessing Zoom article.
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Zoom maintenance was conducted on Wednesday, Sept. 16, to fix problems experienced by many users this semester when using Zoom videoconferencing through K-State Online. A fix was applied to the Zoom tool within K-State Online that will resolve this issue. Instructors will need to re-link Zoom in their courses.
The fix removed the current Zoom link that was in the course navigation. Only the link was removed; no changes were made to any archived or scheduled sessions. Continue reading “K-State Online: Maintenance requires re-link to Zoom”
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Using Zoom, K-State’s audio/video conferencing service, is now easier than ever before. Zoom is now available when you sign in to Connect, your personalized dashboard for K-State services. Continue reading “Zoom is now available in Connect personalized dashboards”
The K-State Zoom audio/video conferencing service has been upgraded to work with the university’s Single Sign-On service, which allows K-Staters to use their eID/password to sign in. Instructions for how to sign in can be found in the Accessing Zoom article. You can access Zoom by using the Web, the Zoom app download, or a link on your K-State Connect page. Please use Single Sign-On from now on.
Attention: Previous K-State Zoom accounts will be deactivated on Feb. 16, 2015.
Continue reading “Zoom audio/video conferencing upgraded to work with Single Sign-On”
The Zoom videoconferencing service for all K-Staters now has a 3.0 update that can be downloaded to Windows and Mac computers and mobile devices. How to download: Use the drop-down menu on your desktop app to check for updates.
Continue reading “Zoom conferencing: 3.0 update available”
Zoom videoconferencing has a Scheduling Privilege feature that is very helpful when you:
- Want others to schedule a meeting for you
- Want to schedule a meeting on behalf of others
Directions on how to use this feature are found at https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362803-What-is-Scheduling-Privilege.
Scheduling a recurring meeting in Zoom can be done in just a few easy steps.
1. Schedule a meeting using Other Calendars.
Continue reading “Zoom conferencing: How to schedule recurring meetings”