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How to Setup Zoom Meeting App, Join, & Host (2021 Tutorial)

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Zoom Meeting Tutorials

Zoom Meeting got more attention due to the worldwide lockdown due to the pandemic. Zoom Meeting app has helped so many people to connect with others like family and friends, it can be used to attend online lectures too. So if you are using Zoom for the first time, here is how to setup zoom meeting app, host or join a meeting, and also log in to an invite or through an ID. That’s what we’ll be covering today.

Setup Zoom Meeting


Zoom Meeting | How to Login or Signup

1. Download the Zoom Meeting from Zoom.us.

2. Install the software or app (Windows, Mac, or Android).

3. Launch the app

4. Now choose Sign In.

Setup Zoom Meeting

5. Select a sign up option, here i choose Google Account.

6. Now confirm your date of birth

Setup Zoom Meeting

7. Click “Create Account” to confirm

Setup Zoom Meeting

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Zoom Meeting | How to Host a Meeting

1. First, click sign in, then you will be taken to their web browser address to sign in.

host zoom meeting

2. Now you are signed in, click on New Meeting.

Setup Zoom Meeting

3. Now you can share your meeting ID or invitation link.

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Zoom Cloud Meetings | How to Join a Meeting

1 Click Join a meeting

2. Now enter the Meeting ID and also your display name
– You can disable you video and audio from the options as seen below

Setup Zoom cloud Meeting

3. Enter the meeting password sent to you by the Host.

Setup Zoom Meeting

4. Now Join Meeting, wait for the host to let you in.

Conclusion

So these are some basic things you need to know about Zoom App, how to set up, log in, join a meeting, and create a meeting. If you have any question, let me know in the comment section below, don’t forget to share this post with your friends.

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