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Zoom shul-goers: a field guide

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21.09.2020

Many shuls struggled with the question of whether to stream High Holiday services or use the interactive approach of a Zoom session in which members of the “kahal” (congregation) are visible.

To support Zoom davening for the festivals, the company created an option to keep sessions from timing-out during the holiday. This was good enough for many of those who leave lights on for Shabbat, or grew up doing “A Montrealer Seder” with the Stanley Cup game left on in another room.

For the interactive approach, experts warn organizers about all the things that could go wrong with many people visible and some being unmuted at times. The........

© The Times of Israel (Blogs)


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