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  • name and email address on Zoom?

    When I take part in Zoom calls, the screen shows either my mum's name or her email address. My mum uses Zoom more often than me. I don't want other people to see my mum's details when I'm on Zoom, so how can I make sure that the screen shows my name, rather than my mum's?

    1 AnswerSoftware1 month ago
  • email address coming up during Zoom call?

    When I join Zoom meetings as a participant, my mum's email address comes up under my picture, so other people can see it. She uses Zoom more often than me. How do I prevent her email address from appearing under my picture?

    1 AnswerOther - Internet2 months ago
  • Webcam from Amazon?

    I recently got a webcam which has a built-in camera, but when my mum talks on Zoom, nobody can hear her. This means she has to use a hand held microphone for others to hear her talk. Why is this the case with a webcam that has a built-in microphone?

    4 AnswersAdd-ons6 months ago
  • Possible symptoms of coronavirus?

    I live in Scotland and have made phone calls and searched the NHS website without success. My mum has been self-isolating for 3 weeks and was diagnosed with coronavirus. I started experiencing breathing abnormalities on 15th April. I'm wheezing a bit and when I take deep breaths, I have mild pain in my chest. I couldn't find the answer anywhere else, so I'm trying Yahoo. Now that 7 days have passed since I started getting mild symptoms, is it all right for me to go back to work as a carer for the elderly and go to the supermarket even if my breathing isn't quite right? I wouldn't say I have shortness of breath but I'm wondering if I would go back to work only when my symptoms have stopped.

    2 AnswersRespiratory Diseases7 months ago
  • Women who dye their hair?

    With many people being reluctant to go to hairdressers and beauty salons, are women who dye their hair more likely to go grey and embrace it?

    4 AnswersHair9 months ago
  • Women who go bald?

    When a woman's hair falls out due to chemotherapy or cancer, what can be done to make it less traumatic?

    16 AnswersCancer10 months ago
  • Working at Starbucks in UK?

    Do baristas at Starbucks in the UK need to enjoy coffee or taste it as part of the job? I'm thinking of applying, and I used to work in a tea room where I made the drinks but I don't like coffee and caffeine makes me go to the toilet at night.

    2 AnswersNon-Alcoholic Drinks11 months ago
  • Mother's phone Huawei?

    When my mum presses the button that switches her mobile on and off, nothing happens. If she wants to make calls and texts, the only way she can do this is by recharging it, so that the screen will come up. The phone was bought in September 2014. Does this mean it's reaching the end of its life?

    1 AnswerMobile Phones & Plans11 months ago
  • I don't celebrate Halloween because of religious reasons?

    What sort of jobs in the UK would suit me? I don't feel comfortable working in places which put up Halloween decorations, but the problem is most workplaces are involved with Halloween.

    4 AnswersHalloween12 months ago
  • People who work shift patterns of 4 days on 4 off?

    When people who work this shift pattern take their holidays, does it mean that they normally get 8 days off in a row, or could it be longer?

    3 AnswersPsychology12 months ago
  • Question for Christians but others are free to answer?

    I get the feeling my conscience isn't working properly. I have a Christian book about conscience, and it says that sometimes people's consciences don't work properly. My mum believes that Santa is associated/has similarities with Satan, and thinks it's wrong to dress up as Santa. I believe Santa originated from Sinter Klaas or St Nicholas. In future I might be expected to wear a Santa hat at work but I don't think I could do this with a clear conscience. The point is it's important for me to keep a clear conscience, and if I don't , it could affect my working life. Apart from praying to God for my conscience to work properly, what else can I do?

    8 AnswersReligion & Spirituality12 months ago
  • For people who work in banks, where does the money come from that's used for paying them?

    Apart from overdraft fees, I haven't heard about banks' customers paying their banks.

    7 AnswersCorporations1 year ago
  • Where exactly do the Ocado artics go?

    Ocado is an online shop but since artics don't deliver to people's houses, where do they go? My guess is that they transport the food from one depot to another or they collect from their suppliers, but these are just guesses.

    2 AnswersOther - Food & Drink1 year ago
  • For people who work zero hours contracts?

    Do you like or dislike working these hours and why?

    Polls & Surveys1 year ago
  • Bad back caused by stretching?

    Last year I took a seasonal job in the Royal Mail sorting office and this involved stretching while having to sort out the Christmas cards. It made my back sore. What sort of exercises could I do to strengthen my back and reduce the chances of getting pain?

    1 AnswerPain & Pain Management1 year ago
  • Honda Civic?

    I drive a Honda Civic which has done 51,000 miles. If I drive roughly 4000 miles per year and take care of the car, how much longer will it last?

    7 AnswersHonda1 year ago
  • Disability Confident employers in UK?

    I have autism, and Employers who sign up to the Disability Confident scheme are more likely to consider disabled interviewees. In the past an interviewer commented that I wasn't showing much enthusiasm, but I'm definitely enthusiastic about the jobs I apply for. If I attend an interview with a Disability Confident employer, is it all right to declare the fact that I have autism? My concern is that some employers might prefer to recruit people who don't have autism or a disability.

    3 AnswersPeople with Disabilities1 year ago
  • psychology students?

    When studying psychology, do they ever teach about sex?

    4 AnswersPsychology1 year ago
  • Making sacrifices for children?

    If vegetarian parents had a child who chose to go on work experience at a butcher even though they had been told not to go there for work experience as the parents disapproved, would you still expect the parents to take their child there or pay for their transport? Let's say that the school had arranged the work experience and it was too late to make other arrangements.

    4 AnswersParenting1 year ago