Can I use my mobile phone/tablet to attend my live session?

We will conduct all your sessions on the Zoom platform.

Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing where instructors can showcase videos, audio clips and share screen for an enhanced learning experience.

How to Join your Session

When someone invites you to a Zoom call, they will likely send you a link that looks like https://zoom.us/j/1010101010 (not a valid link – for illustration purposes only).

If you are using a laptop or desktop computer and don’t have the Zoom client yet, when you click on the link the client will automatically download and then connect you to the call. If you already have the client, you will just be connected to the call.

This usually works well but it takes a little time to go through the installation process, which may feel awkward if you are trying to be on time for a call. You may prefer to do the installation manually before the call. If you will be using smartphone or tablet, you will need to do the manual installation.

The manual way to get started – which is almost as easy

If you are using a laptop or desktop computer, go to https://zoom.us/download#client_4meeting where you can download the client for your machine. Install it the way you would install any software.

If you are using a smartphone or tablet, go to the iOS App Store or Google Play, search for ZOOM Cloud Meetings and download the app. We encourage you to do this even if you are primarily using a computer – your phone or tablet serves as a useful backup.

Having the client installed before your first call assures you of a smooth start. Whichever path you take is a matter of personal preference.

Setting up a free account

You can be a guest on a call without any account but you need an account to host a call. We encourage you to sign up for a free account so that you can host calls, like for your triad.

You can sign up for a free account at https://zoom.us/signup .


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