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ZOOM Etiquette

We don’t know if Miss Manners has published a book, yet, about Zoom etiquette, but our shared experience will be better if we all understand and observe a few common expectations:

  • When you join the Zoom service, your mic will be muted by the Zoom host. If you have an assigned part for the service, the host will unmute your mic at the appropriate time.
  • Think of this experience as equivalent to coming to shul, and please bring the same respectful attitude that you would if you were in the sanctuary. Please dress and act accordingly if you choose to have your camera on (it’s an option), and remember that others can see you. Save food for the kiddush shmooze after services are over.
  • There will be no chat option in Zoom on Shabbat, because it’s distracting and takes away from the sense of being present as a community.
  • During the kiddush after services, please respect other congregants and do not monopolize the conversation.
  • BYOKL (Bring Your Own Kiddush Lunch)!
Mon, September 20 2021 14 Tishrei 5782