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Get virtual Zoom backgrounds to brighten up your online meetings

  • 30 April 2020
  • Author: Frederika Bain
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Say It With CTAHR!

Share your pride in your college with new CTAHR Zoom backgrounds for your virtual meetings, conference calls, presentations, or online classes!

You can find CTAHR backgrounds from buttons to sunflowers and succulents here and specially alumni-branded backgrounds here. New additions will be uploaded regularly, so check back often to see what’s available!

How to use the backgrounds

Download any of the images from the links above and save them to your computer. Open your Zoom meeting, click the up arrow next to “Stop Video,” and select “Choose Virtual Background.” Click the “+” next to “Choose Virtual Background” to upload your image and set your background! Don’t forget to uncheck the “Mirror my Video” and “I have a green screen” box options under Video Settings. Get tech support here.

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