How do I share my handwriting in Zoom meeting?

Use a webcam and paper/whiteboard: You can draw on the paper/whiteboard and let the participants see it via your webcam. Use the whiteboard feature in Zoom. This feature will allow you to share a whiteboard that you can draw, type, and add stickers on your screen directly using a mouse.

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How do I use the whiteboard in Zoom meeting?

To use the whiteboard: 1. Click on Share Screen  during the meeting. 2. Select the Whiteboard and click on Share Screen. 3. When you click on the Whiteboard, the annotation tools will become available. 4. You can also save the Whiteboard as a PNG file.

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How to conduct a successful Zoom meeting?

Before the meeting Ensure a good network environment Video calls in online meetings are particularly sensitive to network quality requirements, high-quality call quality requires a good network environment, and participants on both sides of the conference should ensure the quality of their network connections. When you can’t hear or see the other person smoothly during […]

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How do I create a Poll for the Zoom meeting?

Licensed account included T&L Account, Faculty Account or Residential College Account is required for using this function. 1. Go to https://umac.zoom.us and click the Sign in button. 2. Login your Zoom account with UMPASS 3. Go to the Meetings page and click on your scheduled meeting. 4. From the meeting management page, scroll to the […]

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How do I generate the attendance reports in Zoom?

1. Login your Zoom account via https://umac.zoom.us/ 2. Click Reports on the left side menu, then click Usage on the right , or you can just go to https://umac.zoom.us/account/my/report 3. Select the time period for the meeting , and click the Search button . The report displays information for meetings that ended at least 30 […]

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How do I sign in with faculty, RC or Webinar Zoom account?

Launch Zoom application. When you launch the application for the first time, you will be asked if you want to “Join a Meeting” or “Sign In”. Click “Sign In“. Enter the email group address and password of your Faculty, RC or Webinar account, then click the “Sign In” button.

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