With the enforced work from home that a lot of us are doing right now I find myself joining more and more videoconferences. One issue we keep having is multiple people talking at the same time. Those of you who have been working from home for a while--any suggestions on how to run a videoconference in such a way that people can politely say their piece without talking over each other?
Someone pointed out in one of the comments that I should discuss what I've tried and what I'm looking for. We've tried having folks make sure their cameras are on and having them raise their index finger to indicate they want to speak. We've also had moderators; that is, everyone is muted by default and then they put something into the chat to indicate they have a question or comment and then the moderator says "Joe Dokes has a comment or question" and unmutes them.
I was hoping that people might have other ideas which I had not considered; that's why I asked the question.