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Stay connected despite the distance Have you ever wondered why it's so difficult to hold a videoconference or to share your screen with a colleague? We can put a man on the moon, but we can't seem to get videoconferencing right. At least until now. More than 300 million people have seen the light in the form of Zoom, the world's hottest communications tool. Zoom For Dummies s Stay connected despite the distance Have you ever wondered why it's so difficult to hold a videoconference or to share your screen with a colleague? We can put a man on the moon, but we can't seem to get videoconferencing right. At least until now. More than 300 million people have seen the light in the form of Zoom, the world's hottest communications tool. Zoom For Dummies shows you how to get the most out of Zoom. Discover how to do the following: * Hold group video calls * Install time-saving, third-party apps * Dramatically improve the way that you communicate and collaborate with your colleagues * Enable Zoom roles, IM groups, user groups, and other advanced features * Easily move from one communications medium to another * Engage your audience with interactive webinars * Secure Zoom from prying eyes * And much more. Additional chapters cover two emerging products: Zoom Phone and Zoom Rooms. See philsimon.com/books/zoom-for-dummies for more information.


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Stay connected despite the distance Have you ever wondered why it's so difficult to hold a videoconference or to share your screen with a colleague? We can put a man on the moon, but we can't seem to get videoconferencing right. At least until now. More than 300 million people have seen the light in the form of Zoom, the world's hottest communications tool. Zoom For Dummies s Stay connected despite the distance Have you ever wondered why it's so difficult to hold a videoconference or to share your screen with a colleague? We can put a man on the moon, but we can't seem to get videoconferencing right. At least until now. More than 300 million people have seen the light in the form of Zoom, the world's hottest communications tool. Zoom For Dummies shows you how to get the most out of Zoom. Discover how to do the following: * Hold group video calls * Install time-saving, third-party apps * Dramatically improve the way that you communicate and collaborate with your colleagues * Enable Zoom roles, IM groups, user groups, and other advanced features * Easily move from one communications medium to another * Engage your audience with interactive webinars * Secure Zoom from prying eyes * And much more. Additional chapters cover two emerging products: Zoom Phone and Zoom Rooms. See philsimon.com/books/zoom-for-dummies for more information.

35 review for Zoom For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech))

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Shaffer

    Exhaustive, with many chapters skippable for your average at-home user. Still, picked up a few tricks.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Marcia

    Even though I am no longer working as a teacher I am running my own book club. We have almost 800 members and the first 25-30 who RSVP "yes" get to attend monthly meetings.I've been using Zoom for months now and I kept thinking I was missing something, so I bought this book and read it from cover to cover.Phil Simon, spot on! This is not only entertaining and a good read, but it validated a lot of things that I taught myself.The webinar section was extremely interesting, although I'm not sure I' Even though I am no longer working as a teacher I am running my own book club. We have almost 800 members and the first 25-30 who RSVP "yes" get to attend monthly meetings.I've been using Zoom for months now and I kept thinking I was missing something, so I bought this book and read it from cover to cover.Phil Simon, spot on! This is not only entertaining and a good read, but it validated a lot of things that I taught myself.The webinar section was extremely interesting, although I'm not sure I'll ever use it unless I use it to help out my community where I live. I recommend this book despite the fact that some words were omitted -like I said I was a teacher and I spot those sorts of things-but those omissions certainly did not ruin the experience. Even if you only use Zoom for baby showers, happy hours, playing games with friends or when someone else is hosting,you'll get a lot out of reading this book.Thank you for writing it!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dorothy Timm

    I guess I'm too computer-challenged to even be a dummy. I was just looking for tips on how to use Zoom to connect with my family and birding club during this time. Instead the book seemed meant for people using it in a business setting. I guess I'm too computer-challenged to even be a dummy. I was just looking for tips on how to use Zoom to connect with my family and birding club during this time. Instead the book seemed meant for people using it in a business setting.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jim Van

    i've been using Zoon for a year, and found things in this book that i never knew. easy read, very insightful i've been using Zoon for a year, and found things in this book that i never knew. easy read, very insightful

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