Pick Your Devices
App Hack: You'll need to access Journey on the Crossroads app and be on
Zoom at the same time. Having one device ready with the Crossroads app
open (like your phone) and another logged in to Crossroads for your Zoom
meeting (like your laptop) will help you stay in the moment with your
group. If you don’t have two screens to use - no sweat! Just use what
Hop on a Meeting
You don’t need to have a Zoom app, or even a Zoom account, to join in
the fun. When you go to Crossroads.net and join your meeting, you may be
asked to download the app (you can say no) or use the app if you already
have it installed. Your choice.
Add Your Name
Zoom will ask you to enter your name as you join the meeting. If you
already have a Zoom account, and you want to update your name and
profile picture for your account, go to
See Your Group
Have you ever wondered why you only see one person at a time? Zoom has
an Active Speaker View and a Gallery View. When Zoom is in Active
Speaker View it will only show the person talking. In Gallery View you
can see everyone on the call. To change your view in the app on your
laptop, look for the View icon and click. If you are using an iOS
device, use the dots at the bottom of your screen to swipe to different
views. You can move back and forth between both views.
Zoom super users, especially, this is for you. If you are looking for
all the bells and whistles (like chat and screen sharing) you usually
use on Zoom, you are right — they’re not here. We wanted to make this
experience as easy and stress free as possible.
If you have any issues with Zoom as you get into your group, chat with us.