Our friendly guide to getting going and using Zoom .... Dont worry its easy!
We recomend you follow this very friendly guide above and use the written instructions below as a reference. If you find you get stuck then dont worry we hope to be able to help you or point you in the right direction.
Please send an email to email@example.com roughly describing your problems and I wll try and assist and we can even have a test run together to give you confidence. Thanks, Nick
You've heard everyone talking about Zoom and many, possibly like yourself, are not so confident to try. Be assured it relatively easy and it should not be a barrier to a new way of communicating, enjoyment and learning
It may never replace speaking to one another in person but Zoom is the closest to the real thing. It is actually quite rewarding with quite a number of side benefits we did not appreciate before. In the branch we have found significant savings from people not needing spend a good part of a day travelling across Yorkshire to attend meetings. In additionmeetings can be at more conveneniet times of the day and be very significantly shorter.
From school kids to grandads it is becoming our primary means of keeping in contact for what we value most during these months of lockdown: seeing, sharing and talking with friends, family and those with common interests.
Yorkshire Branch plans to hold of series of meetings and events from volunteer training, informative webinars to live moth trapping events usually for an hour in mid evening weekdays. We see it as a way to reach out to those who have never travelled to one of our events or it has never been convenient time. We hope you will embrace Zoom and join us.
It is likely Zoom will be our primary means of reaching our members for much of 2021 and beyond.