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Sharing your Mac Screen in a Zoom Meeting

Learn how to share your Mac screen and App Windows in a Zoom Meeting

In this lesson for Zoom on the Mac, I look at how you share your screen to participants in a Zoom meeting. This includes sharing your Desktop, individual app windows, and your iPad or iPhone. I also look at the various screen sharing options that Zoom has available. See how this all works in my lesson on sharing your Mac Desktop and windows with Zoom on the iPhone.

Learn about long-pressing on an iPhone App Icon

Learn how to use an app shortcut by long-pressing on the icon on an iPhone

In this lesson for the iPhone, I look at how you can access different features of an app by long-pressing on the app’s icon. As an example, you can go directly to your iPhone’s battery setting by long-pressing on the Settings app and selecting Battery. You can create a new calendar event by long-pressing on the Calendar app and selecting New Event. See how this works in my lesson on long-pressing on an app icon on the iPhone.

Manage Contacts in the Zoom app on the Mac

Learn how to manage your contacts in Zoom on the Mac

In this lesson for Zoom on the Mac, I look at how to manage your contacts within the Zoom app on the Mac. With our contact in Zoom, we can have Zoom notify us when they become available, we can start a video or audio meeting with them, star or favorite them, see if they are available, and more. See how this all works in my lesson on managing contacts in the Zoom app on the Mac.

Recording Zoom Meeting on the Mac

Learn how to record your Zoom meetings on the Mac

In this lesson for Zoom on the Mac, I look at how to record a Zoom meeting on your Mac, including how to set where you want the recording to be saved, if you want to separate the audio files (good for mixing), if you want to record any screen sharing, and more. Take a look at how to record Zoom meetings on the Mac, and the different recording options that are available in this video.

Managing Contacts in Zoom on the iPhone

Learn how to manage contacts in Zoom on the iPhone

In this lesson for Zoom on the iPhone, I look at how you manage your contacts in the Zoom app on the iPhone. This includes how to send an invitation to someone to be in your contacts, how to star or favorite them, how to tell Zoom to notify you when they become available, and more. See how this all works in my lesson on managing your contacts with Zoom on the iPhone.

Using Siri on an iPhone with Face ID

Learn how to access Siri on an iPhone with Face ID

In this lesson for the iPhone, I look at how you access on an iPhone with Face ID, or without a Home button. To access Siri, you just hold in the Sleep/Wake button and the Volume Down button at the same time. You can turn this setting off in the Settings app if you no longer want to use this feature. See how this works in my lesson on accessing Siri on an iPhone with Face ID.

Creating a Slideshow on the Mac

Learn all about creating slideshows in Photos on the Mac

In this lesson for Photos on the Mac, I look at the different ways to create slideshows. This includes creating slideshow from an album you have in the Photos app, and creating slideshow projects. With slideshow projects, you can rearrange you photos and videos within the slideshow, add text to slides, and adjust the duration, inaction to the theme and music. See how this all works in my lesson on Slideshows and Slideshow Projects with the Photos app on the Mac.

Managing Contacts in Zoom on the iPad

Learn how manage contacts in Zoom on the iPad

In this lesson for Zoom on the iPad, I look at how manage your Zoom contacts within the Zoom app on the iPad, including inviting other people to be in your external contacts, starring contacts, as well as having Zoom notify you when a contact is available. Take a look at how to manage your Zoom contacts on the iPad.

Learn about the General Settings in Zoom the Mac

Learn about Zoom’s General Settings on the Mac

In this video, I look at the different settings the Mac version of Zoom offers from within the app itself, and how you find more settings online. Zoom has a limited number of settings available from within the Mac app itself, and if you want to see all the settings, you can go online and find them. See how this all works in my lesson on general settings in Zoom on the Mac.

Accessing the Notification nd Control Center on an iPhone with Face ID

Learn how to access the Notification Center and the Control Center on an iPhone with Face ID

In this lesson for the iPhone, I look at how you access the Notification Center and the Control Center on an iPhone with Face ID, or without a Home button. To access the Notification Center, you just swipe down from the upper left corner of your iPhone, while the Control Center is accessed from the upper right corner. To dismiss the Notification Center, you do need to swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone, while with the Control Center, you can tap anywhere outside any of the controls to dismiss it. See how this works in my lesson on accessing the Notification Center and the Control Center on an iPhone with Face ID.

Using Virtual backgrounds in Zoom Meetings on the Mac

Learn how to add a virtual background while in a Zoom meeting on the Mac

In this video, I look at how you can add a virtual background while in a meeting with Zoom on the Mac. I go over how you can use an image, as well as a video, as your background, including how you elect it from a folder on your computer. I also show you how you can use a green screen, and why you would want to use one for your virtual background. See how this all works in my lesson on virtual backgrounds in meeting with Zoom on the Mac.

Medical ID and Emergency SOS on an iPhone with Face ID

Learn how about Medical ID and Emergency SOS on an iPhone with Face ID

In this lesson for the iPhone, I look at how you set up and access Medical ID, as well as access Emergency SOS on an iPhone with Face ID. Medical ID is an area where you can enter any medications you are taking, or any allergies you may have. You can then access this information in emergency situations, even if the iPhone is locked. You can also call emergency services with Emergency SOS. See how this works in my lesson on setting up and accessing Medical ID and Emergency SOS on an iPhone with Face ID.

Scheduling Meetings with Zoom on the iPhone

Learn how to schedule Meetings with Zoom on the iPhone

In this lesson for Zoom on the iPhone, I look at how you schedule a Meeting with Zoom, including the different options available. Options include if you want the meeting to repeat, if you want to use your Personal Meeting ID or a randomly generated one, what the password is to the meeting, if you want to use waiting rooms, and more. See how this all works in my lesson on scheduling meetings with Zoom on the iPhone.

Hosting Instant Meetings with Zoom on the iPhone

Learn how to host Instant Meetings with Zoom on the iPhone

In this lesson for Zoom on the iPhone, I look at how you host an Instant Meeting. When you host an Instant Meeting, you have a few options including if you want to use your Personal Meeting ID or a random meeting ID. I show you how to choose which one and why you’d want to use one over the other. I also show you how to share an invitation for the meeting and how you admit people in to the meeting from the waiting room. See how this all works in my lesson on hosting instant meetings with Zoom on the iPhone.

Hide alerts in Messages on the iPad

Learn how to hide alerts and notifications in the Messages app on the iPad

In this lesson for Messages on the iPad, I look at how you hide alerts for any received messages. This includes hiding alerts for individual conversations and for all the conversations in the Messages app. I also look at the different options available for notifications with the Messages app. See how to hide alerts for conversations in this video on the Messages app on the iPad.

Learn how to bring the top of your iPhone within reach with a simple gesture

Learn how to bring the top of your iPhone down with a simple gesture

In this lesson for the iPhone, I look at how you use Reachability on an iPhone with Face ID. Reachability is a feature Apple added a few years ago to help make the top of your iPhone more reachable. It does this by bringing the top of your iPhone down, thereby making your it more reachable. This is all done with a gesture, although it can be a bit tricky to get it right. See how this works in my lesson on using reachability on an iPhone with Face ID.

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