Hello, my name is Ricky Enger. And today, we're going to join a Zoom meeting using an app on our smartphone. So we'll use our app to get connected. And then, we'll go through a couple of really important things we need to know about for a typical Zoom meeting.
This workshop will be helpful if you're checking out the screen visually or if you're using a screen meter to speak the text, like I am. In fact, you'll hear the screen reader speak up from time to time as we do things. The concepts we'll learn today will apply whether we're using an app on an Apple device, like an iPhone, or an iPad, or an Android phone, like a Google Pixel or a Samsung Galaxy phone.
If you want to learn about joining a Zoom meeting by dialing in or from a computer, check out the other workshops in our Zoom series to get up to speed. Okay, so before we can connect to a Zoom meeting using an app, we'll need to make sure our app is installed.
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