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Hi Ethy! If this setting hasn't been removed at the Group level (like your school or organization did not turn it off) you should be able to toggle on the video filters in your Zoom Settings. If you go to My Settings - Zoom (www.zoom.us and log into your account) and go to the Settings in the left panel navigation. Under In Meeting (Advanced) there is an option to turn on the Video Filters. I hope this helps! 🙂
Hmm Your original post makes it sound like you had it and it is gone on the same device.
If it is a new computer, does it have the system requirements? We bought a bunch of new Windows laptops that don't have the processing power for blurred backgrounds - so just because a newer device, doesn't always mean it will have the same capabilities of previous device.
Not a new cpu. I STUPIDLY deleted "Blur" TOTALLY my fault!
And I don't recall how to re-check Green screen (it's grayed out so I can't re-check it). I DID have it checked originally but thought it was something else so I UNchecked it. But now I don't recall how to fix it.