With this free tool, you will now be able to ‘mute’ unwanted noise in Zoom meetings

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While working from home, we often do not hear important things due to unwanted noise in zoom meetings. Understanding this problem of users, now Zoom has brought a new free tool, Crisp. It helps you focus by blocking out any unwanted noises.

With this free tool, you will now be able to ‘mute’ unwanted noise in Zoom meetings

What is a ‘crisp’ tool

mute' unwanted noise in Zoom meetings

During meetings, prevents unwanted baby noises, barking pets, typing on the keyboard, and the squeaking of ceiling fans, coolers or traffic. This is a free built-in noise cancellation feature.

With this free tool, you will now be able to ‘mute’ unwanted noise in Zoom meetings

Will also be able to block the sound coming from others

mute' unwanted noise in Zoom meetings

Not only this, but Crisp also allows you to cancel the noise coming from other members involved in the video conference. It acts as a middleman between your microphone input and the video conference tool. Uses algorithms to detect and cancel noise. The good thing is that this free tool supports not only Zoom but also many other popular conferencing platforms including Teams, Slack, Hangouts, Skype and Webex. If you don’t use any of these, there is also an ‘Other Apps’ option for other video meeting apps services.

With this free tool, you will now be able to ‘mute’ unwanted noise in Zoom meetings

set free tool

mute' unwanted noise in Zoom meetings

Visit the Crisp website and sign up. After this, another page will open. From here you can download Crisp Tool. Open the downloaded file and install it. After installing, you’ll be able to control Crisp from a small notification tray control panel. From here, select your microphone and speaker output to be used for noise cancellation. You can also test with a 15-second voice sample. Now, set Crisp as the mediator in the video conferencing tool.

With this free tool, you will now be able to ‘mute’ unwanted noise in Zoom meetings
Open your Zoom client and go to Settings. Hereunder Audio Settings, navigate to the Microphone dropdown and select Crisp Microphone. You can also use it for your speaker or headphone output to cancel out unwanted noise from other users. After applying the settings, make a Zoom call. Other coworkers will be able to hear your voice more clearly. But the company will offer this free version only for a fixed limit of 240 minutes per week. For paid and unlimited usage, one has to go for Crisp’s Personal Pro plan which starts from around Rs 361 per month.

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