Show your South Aussie pride with new Adelaide Zoom backgrounds

City of Adelaide are letting you show your South Aussie pride with a host of new Zoom backgrounds highlighting the best of the city while we work from home.

Images: City of Adelaide and Scott Lawrance.

South Australians are waking up this morning to what will hopefully be their penultimate day of working from home, with Premier Steven Marshall announcing yesterday that the state was on track to come out of lockdown at 00:01 on Wednesday, following only three new cases over the weekend, who had thankfully all been in quarantine.

Marshall spoke of his pride of being a South Australian and noted that all South Aussies should feel a sense of pride at the incredible reaction and compliance with the lockdown rules that have kept the state from falling into a NSW-style pattern of high levels of cases being reported everyday.

In keeping with the feeling of state pride, the City of Adelaide have released a series of scenic shots of the best of Adelaide, so you can wear your South Aussie pride proudly as your Zoom background during another day of work meetings, live workouts or home schooling.

Featuring stunning cityscapes and iconic settings such as the Malls Balls, Rundle Street, and the Botanic Gardens City of Adelaide photography and local photographer Scott Lawrance have collated a host of beautiful images to suit every Zoom meeting need.

If you’re pining to get back to the hustle, bustle and bright lights of the city, have the next best thing with these incredible backgrounds, sure to perk up your next Zoom meeting and make a great alternative to your makeshift at home office.

To change your Zoom background make sure the image is saved onto your desktop in a GIF, JPG or JPEG format (no alpha images) with a minimum dimension of 960px and a maximum dimension of 1920px. The file size should also be no more than 5MB. 

Log into your Zoom web portal, click on Room Management then Account Settings. In your Account Profile tab, click ‘Background Image for Zoom Rooms’ and follow into ‘Upload New Image’ where you select your image then pressing Open – done!

Read more about the new Zoom backgrounds here.

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