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Article  •  19 April 2021

 

New Zoom backgrounds

Video chats are here to stay. Make them fun with a Penguin backdrop.

Whether you're in a Zoom or Google Meet call for business or pleasure, everyone's day could do with a bit more colour. Show your love of literature with the backgrounds below.

Click on an image to download the background.

Click here for help with how to change your background on Zoom or here for Google Meet instructions. 

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YOU MAY DOWNLOAD THESE BACKGROUNDS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. NO MODIFICATION OR SHARING IS PERMITTED.

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