You can sign into your interview in several ways: To begin, you must connect your camera and microphone. Once you click close, Hire Vue will automatically check your system for connection speed and camera/microphone availability.Once the testing is complete, you will see On to the Practice Questions! The practice questions are a great way to familiarize yourself with the interview process! Just like your interview questions, the practice questions give you 30 seconds to review the question and prepare your response.It seems like your team has given this whole system a lot of thought from the perspective of those who use and manage it.Clever Badges have been a game changer for our K-2 teachers because it has given them a more efficient access point with our youngest students.I stuck it on my radiator and swiveled it around to find the perfect angle. Connecting the camera to the app takes 5 minutes or less.The Nest app is easy to navigate: After getting the camera connected to Wi Fi and my account all set up, I was able to see my stream via my smartphone in seconds.
Mostly for security, but also because I'm not a fan of my video being accidentally broadcast when I join a webex (or similar) meeting with different default settings. The interviewer "couldn't get the webcam to work" but seemed so non-chalant about it and said Well let's just proceed and I'm sure we'll forget about it shortly.There are a couple of neat out-of-the-box settings you can adjust such as a home/away mode that essentially uses your phone location to determine if you’re home or not.When you plug in your camera, the drivers will automatically download and install.Maybe someone could shed light on to why interviewers want this asymmetry? If it were me, I wouldn't continue in the process for 2 reasons: Thank you, that's what I was getting at but couldn't think of how to phrase it.The interviewer could be handicapped or have a visual deformity or something. Regardless, if you can't trust me enough to show me your face but expect to see mine, that's a deal-breaker for me.