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HOW TO ADD A ZOOM BACKGROUND

Not sure how to add a background for your Zoom? It's easy! Just follow these steps and you'll be online and showing off your (Green) colours soon. 

Make sure you click here to download a Zoom background first!


Step 1 

When you're in the Zoom meeting, hover your mouse over the little camera image on the bottom left-hand side of your screen. See the small arrow on the right-hand side? Click it and you'll see an option to choose virtual background. 

Step 2 

Now you'll see a small pop-up screen. On the right-hand side, below your video preview, click the little plus symbol to upload one of the backgrounds you have downloaded from this page.

Step 3

You're all done! It's that easy. Close the pop-up screen to go back to your meeting. Your Zoom background will look backwards to you, but don't worry, to everyone else it will look fine :) 

 

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