Communicating virtually isn’t quite the same as in person, but it is fairly close. Assuming that your audio and video are good, about the only thing that is missing a bit is reading body language as most images are from the shoulders, up.
Further, in your case, timing and logistics come into play. It isn’t 100%, but it would seem that it would be hard to do better given your present circumstances.
One thing that I have noticed is that many people don’t spend enough time getting their visual presentation in good shape. Many are poorly lit and are either too dark or have annoying bright sports. Reflections on eyeglasses are also a bit of a distraction. There are many YouTube videos dealing with these issues that can be helpful…
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