Tip | Upgrading to a new version of Zoom

Zoom is constantly being enhanced to include new features and additional security.  To take advantage of these enhancements, your copy of Zoom, which is the Zoom app on your device, needs to be upgraded.  Except for the compulsory  upgrades, for example Zoom will automatically upgrade your Zoom app if it is not the latest version at the time you first use it after 30 May 2020, you must initiate the upgrade yourself.

How to upgrade your copy of Zoom varies from device to device.   If you are using Zoom on multiple devices, you will need to do the upgrade on each device.  Click on the arrow beside your type of device below for the instructions.

PC or Mac desktop or laptop

If you have created a Zoom account (i.e. you have a Zoom sign on userid and password):

  • Click on Zoom
  • Sign in
  • Click your profile picture in the top right (the little coloured square at the top right)
  • Click Check for Updates.
  • If there is a newer version available:
    • the message "update available" is displayed
    • click on Update
  • If you already have the latest version:
    • the message "you are up to date" is displayed

If you do not have a Zoom account:

  • Click on Zoom
  • Click on the cogwheel in the top left (looks a bit like )
  • Click on Version
  • If there is a newer version available:
    • the message "update available" is displayed
    • click on Update
  • If you already have the latest version:
    • the message "Zoom is up to date" is displayed
iPad or iPhone
  • click on App Store
  • click on your profile picture in the top right
  • all the available updates are displayed
  • scroll down and if you see Zoom:
    • click on Update
Android Tablet or Phone
  • click on Play Store
  • click on the menu in the top left (it's 3 small horizontal lines)
  • click on My apps & games
  • all the available updates are displayed
  • scroll down and if you see Zoom:
    • click on Update

 

How to Enrol

On-line: after bookings have opened

On-line enrolments are preferred as this significantly reduces the amount of back-office work for our volunteers.

  • Login to the U3APP.org.au website.
  • Go to the Courses & Enrolling page.
  • Scroll down to find the course that you are interested in.
  • Does the course have spaces available?
    • Click on the course name to go to the booking page.
    • Click on “Book for this course or event”.
    • You will receive a confirmation email.  Please check your Junk/Spam folders as these automatically-generated emails often finish up there.
  • OR is the course shown as FULL?
    • Click on WAITLIST.

Paper Enrolment Form: before bookings open for First Semester

  • Obtain a paper Enrolment Form either from the Office or by printing an online copy available here.
  • Complete the paper Enrolment Form and submit it to the Office.

The start date for acceptance of paper Enrolment Forms for first semester is published on the U3APP website and in the e-Bulletin. Enrolment Forms received before this date are treated as though they had been received on the start date (ie there is no advantage to be gained by submitting early). On the start date and thereafter, paper Enrolment Forms are numbered in order of receipt.  Paper Enrolment forms are processed by U3APP volunteers on the same day as on-line bookings.

If your enrolment is successful, you will receive a confirmation email.  Please check your Junk/Spam folders as these automatically-generated emails often finish up there.

If your enrolment is unsuccessful,  you will receive an email telling you that you have been waitlisted.

Via the Office: after bookings have opened

  • Contact the office in person, or by email or phone.