Face-to-face meeting etiquette should be observed duing a
virtual meeting,as well as new behaviors. For example, there are as
many room sounds affecting the virtual meeting as there are
Check audio and video settings prior to the meeting. Ensure
microphone levels are reasonable and not excessively quiet or
Avoid areas with distracting background noise.
Mute your microphone when not speaking.
Silence phones, cell phones, alarms, and calendar reminders if
If sharing your screen close any unneeded applications or
applications which may contain personal information. Close any
email or messaging clients which may pop up.
Start the meeting early if you are the host. Join on time if
you are a guest.
Need to get the presenters attention? Try sending a message
using the built-in chat feature.
If you are joining with the dial-in option do not place the
call on hold if there is a hold message or music, all participants
will hear it.
Disruptive participant? The host can remove them by right
clicking and choosing remove
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