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“In the wake of COVID-19, video conferencing has made the transition from office to remote work much easier for many teams. However, virtual meetings have their own unique etiquette you’ll need to internalize. Plus, it can be difficult to figure out how to look good on Zoom if you’re not familiar with camera angles and lighting.

In this article, we’re going to break down all of the steps you can take to appear more professional on a video call. We’ll also show you how to change your Zoom background.

Let’s get right to it!

Why It’s Important to Look Good on Zoom

Looking good on a video call isn’t all about vanity (or at least it shouldn’t be). We’re not talking about dressing to the nines or ordering professional-grade studio lights on Amazon. However, it is important to appear professional when meeting with your colleagues, even if it’s through a screen.

Putting at least a little bit of effort into how you present yourself portrays a positive image to your teammates. It shows you care about your meetings and aren’t just going through the motions while working from home.

Plus, little self-care rituals like getting dressed and combing your hair for a Zoom meeting can have a significant impact on your mood. Considering many people are feeling isolated since implementing social distancing, any self-esteem boost is more than welcome.

Additionally, there are technical aspects of video calls to consider. Poor lighting can make it hard to see you, lowering the overall quality of the meeting. Activity or clutter in the background could cause distractions that derail your conference and lower your team’s productivity.”

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Fast Start Blog Says: Hopefully, by the time you read this, the pandemic will have subsided and we’re back to whatever the new normal is. But video conferencing is here to stay no matter what. So check out this article for some great tips on how to look good on Zoom (or any video conferencing system).
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