We get it. Everyone wants to kick back and work in an environment that they find most comfortable. Home really hits the spot. It’s where you can get a cup of joe without any co-workers to hogging the machine. You don't have a commute, your bathroom’s sitting right there unoccupied, and there’s probably even a pet or two to keep you company while you get on the grind.
But there are some things that might be annoying to other participants once you join a Zoom meeting. For example, lighting can be a bit iffy. If your room’s lights are behind you, other people will see more silhouette than face. Try getting a desk lamp that can point towards you. You don’t want direct light that hurts your eyes. Use an angle that suits you but still lights up your face.
Guess what else is annoying? When the at-home worker has a barking dog or screaming child in the background. Make liberal use of Zoom's mute button during meetings if you have a lively home.
Also, have a mobile device ready in case your computer starts acting up. The more devices you have at hand, the readier you’ll be when catastrophe hits.