Zoom Videoconference Info
Zoom is a new videoconferencing
technology for our Unity-Community and Star Pod calls.
With Zoom, you can connect over
your computer, with or without a webcam.
So the choice is yours about how you connect - computer, smartphone, tablet, or ordinary phone.
We are now using Zoom for all Dolphin
and Star Attunements, Unity-Community and Star Pod calls, Linda's personal
sessions, and special events.
You don't need your own account
with Zoom to participate in our Zoom calls.
Our Meeting IDs
No matter how you connect, you'll
need our Meeting ID.
Zoom ID for
Attunements, Unity-Community and Star Pod gatherings:
Zoom ID for
personal 1-on-1 sessions with Linda: 523 558 5818
To connect from your computer is easy, just click on the correct link above.
This will open a page in your web browser. The Zoom application will automatically download itself and run, and then connect you to our conference. Depending on your system, you may need to click on a button to give permission to run the application.
If your system doesn't have a webcam, we won't be able to see you, but you'll still be able to see us, and everyone else on the call who does have a webcam.
First, download and install the Zoom Cloud Meetings app from the Google Play store. You can go to the store and search for the app "Zoom Cloud Meetings," or you can access it from this link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=us.zoom.videomeetings
Once you start the app, it's not
necessary for you to "Sign In" or "Sign Up".
Download and install the app here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zoom.us-cloud-video-meetings/id546505307
Then "Join a Meeting" using our meeting ID above.
Connecting by telephone
This works very similarly to our phone-only conference system.
The U.S. number is 1-415-762-9988
When you connect, it will ask you
for your Meeting ID.
Once you are on the call, you can Mute and Unmute yourself by pressing the Star key ("*") and then 6 - just like our regular telephone conference system.
If you are outside of the US, here
is the page from
Zoom with the list of telephone numbers you can call.
If you are calling from within the country listed, you don't need to use the country code (the 2 or 3 numbers after the "+" sign), but depending on which country you're in, you probably need to dial (0) before you dial the number.
How The Zoom "Waiting Room" Works
To simplify things for you, we do
not use passwords for our Zoom Meetings.
Usually, it will only take a
minute or so after you get into the Waiting Room before we let you into the