Many households are opting to host Thanksgiving on Zoom amid COVID-19. Here 10 tips to consider when hosting a virtual Zoom Thanksgiving celebration.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many families are forgoing the traditional Thanksgiving Day celebrations to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Instead of large indoor family gatherings, many people are carving out plans for virtual Zoom Thanksgiving celebrations this year. To assist, Zoom recently announced that it would lift its 40-minute meeting time limit for Thanksgiving Day gatherings. That said, there is a moderate learning curve to consider as individuals plan their virtual holiday celebrations. From how-to video conferencing tutorials to festive Thanksgiving Zoom backgrounds, here are some ideas to keep in mind when hosting Thanksgiving on Zoom.
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