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Had enough of the work calls on Zoom? Here’s the perfect hack

All these work calls can get a little exhausting and tedious. Even for business Tycoon Harsh Goenka. Goenka, who is the chairman of the RPG Group, shared the perfect hack to fake your attendance on work calls.
All these work calls can get a little exhausting and tedious. Even for business Tycoon Harsh Goenka. Goenka, who is the chairman of the RPG Group, shared the perfect hack to fake your attendance on work calls. (REUTERS)

The hack comes from business tycoon Harsh Goenka who is the chairman of the RPG Group conglomerate. Goenka tweeted a little video about the hack which soon went viral.

The global pandemic has all of us working from home and that means that every meeting has been moved online. Zoom calls, Google Hangout calls and even Microsoft Teams calls have become the norm and a part of our daily routines.

While all this is great and convenient, all these work calls can get a little exhausting and tedious. Even for business Tycoon Harsh Goenka. Goenka, who is the chairman of the RPG Group, shared the perfect hack to fake your attendance on work calls.

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Goenka tweeted - “If you are tired of attending Zoom meetings like me, here’s what you do. Make a virtual background of a video of you listening. Loot it. Then go see TV or go to sleep.”

Goenka also explained what he was talking about with a little video.

The video, originally shared by Dani Beck on twitter shows how he made a facade video of himself listening intently to a call by adding a pre-recorded video in front of the call.

Goenka’s tweet went viral within minutes and currently has 191 retweets and 1.2k likes.

The business tycoon has been sharing ideas and relatable memes for a while now to help people on social media relax and have laugh. Earlier he shared a picture of a pie chart mapping all the things that are discussed more than actual work. 

This chart is particularly relatable to those who are using Zoom regularly.

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