Zoom Meetings FAQ

How do I set my audio and video preferences?

Joining & Configuring Audio & Video

How do I share my screen?

Sharing Your Screen

How do I schedule a meeting?

See Zoom Getting Started

How do I use Zoom breakout rooms? 

Video Breakout Rooms

How do I invite people to a Zoom meeting?

See Zoom Getting Started

Top Tips:

  • Record meetings to share with people that couldn’t attend. ALWAYS record to your computer, never the cloud.

  • Mute other participants when there is unwanted noise.

  • Start your meeting a few minutes early, especially if you have invited clients or other external parties. This will give you time to join and prepare for your meeting. It also allows for conversation at the start of the call before jumping into business.

Does Zoom integrate with Canvas?

Zoom is integrated with Canvas. To learn about using Zoom in Canvas, Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) offers information for both instructors and students.

For additional support, contact the Technology Service Desk at 940-898-3971, servicedesk@twu.edutechchat.twu.edu, or submit a request through the Technology Service Catalog.

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