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- [Garrick] And there you have it. Thanks for joining me for this course on using Zoom for meetings. If you'd like some additional food for thought, consider checking out a video from our communication tips weekly series called Succeeding in a Video Conference. It has some great suggestions to help you present yourself as professionally as possible in a video meeting, including tips to consider about your background, your lighting, and how to address the camera when speaking during your meeting. If you want to look your best in your video conferences, just search our site for Succeeding in a Video Conference, and you'll be able to find the movie. All right, and with that, you should be ready to start hosting and attending meetings with Zoom. So until next time, I'm Garrick Chow, and we'll see you soon.
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Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Zoom
Download the desktop app1m 40s
2. Hosting and Attending Meetings
3. Scheduling Meetings and Co-host Options
4. Collaborate in Meetings
5. Zoom on Mobile Devices
6. Hosting Webinars
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