By Monica E. Oss When you’re participating in a web meeting, do you ever think that the other people are not really listening? Not really thinking about what is being said. You could be right. A user-submitted poll on Blind, an anonymous network for professionals, found that 26% were “doing other stuff and simply listening for their name” during the meeting and 27% are “trying to pay attention, but often zoning out” (see Zoom fatigue by the numbers: A new poll looks at video conferencing engagement). And there is also 'zoom overload'. Researchers at Vanderbilt have identified the five reasons for virtual meeting fatigue—visual…
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