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Make your next Zoom meeting or desktop background a little WILD!

To make your virtual meetings or desktop background a bit more entertaining, we have put together a few of our favourite animal images for you to simply add as a background next time you have a Zoom meeting or to your computer.

Just follow the simple steps below to make your next virtual meeting extra wild.

 

Instructions for Zoom meetings:

  1. Click on the image you would like to download. This will open in a new window.
  2. Right click on the image and select ‘Save As’ to download.
  3. The next time you are in a Zoom meeting click the ^ arrow  next to Stop Video on the bottom left of your meeting room screen
  4. Select Choose Virtual Background
  5. Select the + button to add a new background image
  6. Select the image saved on your desktop and click Open

Instructions for setting as a desktop background:

  1. Click on the image you would like to download. This will open in a new window.
  2. Right click on the image and select ‘Save As’ to download.
  3. Once downloaded find the image where you saved it and right click on the image and select ‘Set as desktop background’

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