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While having your Zoom business meetings, virtual "happy hours" with friends or connecting with loved ones during #physicaldistancing, download a Prince George background to show your local love and support for PG. Pick any or all of the iconic Prince George backgrounds to place in your Zoom app.  Directions are shown below the images.

 

       
Download Mr. PG                                                                                Download the Cutbanks



      
Download Downtown                                                                            Download CN Rail Bridge

 

       
Download Cityscape                                                                               Download Connaught Hill



Change your Zoom background on the desktop app 

1. Click on the desired image above to download your iconic Prince George background to your computer.

2. In the Zoom app, click your profile in the top right corner, and click Settings

3. On the menu to the left, click Virtual Background

4. You'll see a few default background options provided by Zoom, but to use a Prince George photo as your background, click the + icon next to where it says Choose Virtual Background. A box will pop up allowing you to upload a photo from your computer. Click on the one you want, and it will appear alongside the other pictures as an option for you to choose from.

5. If your image is flipped, unclick the Mirror My Video option at the bottom.

6. To get rid of any photos you upload, tap the X in their top left corner. 

 

Change your Zoom background on the mobile app 

1. Click on the desired image above to download your Prince George background.

2. When you log into your account and join a meeting, tap the three dots at the bottom right of the screen to open the More menu. 

3. Tap Virtual Background

4. Select a background from the default options, or upload your own. 

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