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What is a Virtual Meeting?

A virtual meeting is a video conference with participants from various locations. Virtual meetings can be used to serve a variety of functions, including work collaboration, remote teletherapy, or simply socializing with friends and family. Virtual meetings are becoming more frequent in the workplace, especially for younger workers. They’ve experienced the joy of collaboration and socializing online and expect the same seamless experience.

In virtual meetings, participants are able to converse using their computer’s speaker and microphone or text chat. They can also share their screens or documents which is beneficial to facilitate teamwork. Certain software allows participants to record a virtual meeting and save them for later use. It’s therefore important that participants have a reliable internet connection and have high-quality recording capabilities (like Riverside, which can record up to 4K).

If you are hosting or participating in virtual meetings, there are some best practices to follow. It is important that both host and guest have an agenda prepared before the meeting. This will help keep the meeting on track and prevent it from slipping into negative directions. It’s also a good idea to mute any background disturbances or background noise during the meeting, and to engage in eye contact with other participants. This will demonstrate that you are active and attentive, even if you’re not in the same room.

Whether you’re hosting or attending an online meeting, you must be focused and take notes. Avoid multitasking in the meeting as it can distract you, and make it difficult to absorb the information.

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