How to enable Zoom audio and do a sound test.How to Join a Zoom Test Meeting on Desktop or Mobile
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Jan 30, · Here’s how you can join via Computer Audio: Before joining the meeting, make sure your audio source is connected to your computer. Your audio source may be a USB microphone, a headset, or a built-in microphone; After joining a meeting you can test your audio connection by clicking Test Computer Audio. Check your volume and output by . Apr 29, · When done with setting speaker and microphone, click the “Join with Computer Audio” button to join the Zoom test meeting. You will join the meeting as an attendee. The attendee portal has access to mute or unmute, start or stop the video, invite, participants, screen sharing, chat, record and leave meeting features at the bottom of the screen. Apr 01, · Click GET next to the Zoom App. (OPTIONAL)Click Sign In to sign in to the Zoom App using your Zoom account credentials (or create a new account if it is your first time logging in). Alternatively, you can hit Join a Meeting, and worry about account setup later. From here, enter the Meeting ID of the meeting you want to join and click Join.
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Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Thanks, Thomas. I’ll try your suggestions, though, and appreciate your help.
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Details required :. Cancel Submit. Thomas Medicielo Independent Advisor. Hello BeverlyToyama1 , Thank you for reaching out! My name is Thomas M. I would be more than happy to assist you and I hope that my assistance will result in a successful solution to your issue. Since you described in your scenario that the others in your meeting could see you but not hear you and I am assuming that you could hear them , that to me is indicative of an issue with Output.
Instead, you should change the sound settings via the Zoom meeting. You can do this one three ways: 1. Before you join the meeting, you should see an option to test your computer audio. As a rule of thumb, I always check my audio to ensure I can hear the other meeting attendants and that they can hear me.
You can test both your speakers and your microphone at this time. If you have the Zoom app installed, you can go to the settings the icon is in the shape of a gear.
Then go to Audio. From there you can change what you need for you Microphone. If you are already in the meeting, you can click on the arrow pointing upwards next to the Mute button. From there you can change speaker and microphone as well as test both.
I hope these solutions provided the information you needed. Please let me know if you need further assistance. Regards, Thomas M. Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to Thomas Medicielo’s post on June 5, Hi BeverlyToyama1, Not a problem. Let me know if that doesn’t work, we can try to troubleshoot further.
If you already have the Zoom app on your computer, click on it to open the Zoom app. From there, on the top right of the Zoom app, there should be a little gear icon. That is the settings icon. From there you can go to Audio in order to get there. It details how to do it.
In reply to Thomas Medicielo’s post on June 6, Be safe, take care. This site in other languages x.