The Zoom Waiting Room
What is the Zoom Waiting room?

The Zoom waiting room feature allows the host to control when a participant joins the meeting. The meeting host can allow participants to join the meeting one-by-one, or admit all participants at once.

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Screen Sharing and Annotation
What are the screen sharing and annotation features in Zoom?

The Zoom screen sharing feature allows meeting hosts to share their computer screen content with other meeting participants, including the desktop, browser window, powerpoint slides, videos, applications, etc. The annotation feature allows meetings hosts to annotate shared content in Zoom using the built-in annotation tools. Meeting hosts have the option to enable/disable annotation for all meeting participants.

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Breakout Rooms
What are breakout rooms in Zoom?

The Zoom breakout room feature allows you to temporarily divide your zoom meeting into separate sessions for small group discussion, and then bring participants back to the main room to resume the larger meeting. Meeting hosts can split a Zoom meeting in up to 50 sessions, and have the option to divide the groups manually or automatically. Breakout room groups can be pre-assigned, self-selected, or randomly assigned.

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Polling
What is the Polling feature in Zoom?

The Zoom Polling feature allows meeting hosts to create single choice or multiple choice polls during a meeting and receive real-time feedback. Polls can be launched by a host at any time during a Zoom meeting and results can be downloaded after the meeting has ended.

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Virtual Backgrounds
What are virtual backgrounds in Zoom?

The Zoom virtual background feature allows hosts or participants to display an image or video as their background during a meeting. You can select one of Zoom’s default virtual backgrounds, or you can upload your own image or video.

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