Here are 5 quick tips are to help you avoid audio-related problems during your Zoom classes.
1. Close your Web Browser
If you are joining the Class via Zoom, you can close your web browser once you join Zoom to limit feedback from two sources (the GetSetUp lounge and Zoom).
2. Mute Your Microphone When Not Speaking:
To prevent audio feedback, make sure to mute your microphone when you are not speaking. You can do this by clicking on the microphone icon at the bottom left of the Zoom window. When you want to speak, unmute yourself by clicking the same icon again.
3. Adjust Speaker and Microphone Settings
Ensure that your speaker and microphone settings are properly configured in Zoom. To do this, click on the arrow next to the microphone or speaker icon, select "Audio Settings," and check that the correct devices are selected.
You can also adjust the volume levels to avoid any audio-related issues.
4. Avoid Using Multiple Devices in Close Proximity
Using multiple devices, such as a computer and a smartphone, simultaneously in close proximity can lead to audio feedback. To prevent this, ensure that only one device is actively used for audio during the Zoom meeting.
5. Use Headphones or Earphones
It is recommended to use headphones or earphones instead of relying solely on the speakers of your computer or device. This helps eliminate the possibility of audio feedback caused by the sound from your speakers being picked up by your microphone.
With these steps, you can confidently participate in Zoom meetings without any audio-related troubles. Happy Zooming!