Instead of fumbling for the correct button on your screen, simply use Zoom’s Push to Talk feature by holding down the spacebar on your computer. This function is available on the desktop version of the app, and can be enabled in your settings. Pressing Alt + A on your keyboard also allows you to mute and unmute your audio easily, without having to press the spacebar. … [Read more...] about 5 Zoom tools you need to take your virtual meetings to the next level
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After the US proclamation that banned non-immigrant visas such as H-1B at the back of COVID-19, Canadian immigration reported a huge spike. For instance, the country saw 11,000 immigrants in May compared to 4,000 in April with significant number of them from countries such as India, China, the Philippines, the US, and Nigeria. … [Read more...] about US visa ban | Is Canada really the next destination for thousands of Indian techies after the US?
Most insurers say they will rely more on self-declaration rather than medical tests. “We will not insist on pre-issuance medical check-ups, but there will be some additional questions as part of self-declaration. For instance, whether they are already COVID positive or are living in the same house as a COVID positive person or have attended gatherings were such cases were detected,” explains Mishra. Pre-issuance check-ups will also be difficult given the risk of contracting the infection through the laboratory or even home visits to collect samples. … [Read more...] about Standard COVID-19 health covers with lower premiums from today
The moratorium is merely a deferment, and not waiver. So, your outstanding dues will continue to accumulate interest during the moratorium or until you clear the bills. In fact, banks themselves have reiterated this aspect in their communication to customers. It could snowball into an unwieldy sum by June, since interest rates on credit card dues are upwards of 40 per cent per annum. … [Read more...] about RBI Moratorium: Postponing credit card dues will mean paying exorbitant interest costs
That’s because you may not have any credit history. In other words, if you have not used a credit card or serviced a loan till now, you may not have acquired a credit score. Second, if you have not borrowed in the last ten years, your credit history gets too old to be assessed. … [Read more...] about Credit report: How you can access it for free and rectify errors