“Seven Rules of Zoom Meeting Etiquette From the Pros” – The Wall Street Journal
Since so many Link partners are attending so many ZOOM meetings in the COVID-19 world, this article adds some caveats for all of us: “No more dogs, chips or ‘lurkers’—as video-conferencing becomes a fixture in working life, it’s time to shed the rookie moves.”
ILLUSTRATIONS: MICHAEL BYERS; ANIMATIONS: KYLE KIM
by Betsy Morris
“Video-meeting apps have grown up—now users need to, too.
“Zoom saw daily meeting participants soar to a peak of 300 million in the latest quarter, up from 10 million before the pandemic. Roughly two-thirds of U.S. workers who have been working from home would prefer to continue working remotely as much as possible when pandemic restrictions lift, according to a recent Gallup poll.
“So it’s time to get serious about video meetings. No more dogs and cats; no more avatar stand-ins. It’s time to enter a remote meeting as if it were a conference room. Here are a few rules from the pros.”
Click here to read the Wall Street Journal article.