MICHAEL BYERS | SEVEN RULES OF ZOOM MEETING ETIQUETTE FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

July 20, 2020   

Here’s a fantastic piece by MICHAEL BYERS for The Wall Street Journal that all you Zoomers need to pay attention to. The article is called in the Life & Arts Section is called: “Seven Rules of Zoom Meeting Etiquette From the Pros: No more dogs, chips or ‘lurkers’—as video-conferencing becomes a fixture in working life, it’s time to shed the rookie moves.” These are truly spot on! Amazing illos by Michael to go along with the rules. And check out the WSJ link as they animated his pieces as well & look awesome.

Here are a few rules from the pros.
                    1. Don’t Be Late. Video meetings make it obvious when colleagues show up late, wasting the time of those who log in promptly. …
  1. Turn on the Camera. …
  2. Sit Still. …
  3. No Eating. …
  4. Get Good at Interrupting. …
  5. Close the Office Door. …
  6. Don’t Multitask.