Video meetings have become an essential part of how we do business, from internal calls with colleagues to calls with customers, partners, and vendors. Video meetings allow for a more personable experience by seeing the person you’re talking with, while also giving you the ability to share screens, ask questions, chat, and create polls.
With a large percentage of the country still working from home on a regular basis, your video meetings now rely on your home internet and bandwidth. Over the past few months, we’ve shared tips and tricks for ensuring your video meetings run as smoothly as possible, but we haven’t addressed one major issue: your video and voice quality need to be excellent when communicating. When talking to someone, especially your customers, you want to ensure that there’s no lag, no breaks, and no fuzziness in your video meetings.
Here are our tips to make sure your audio and video are as high-quality as possible: