Starting a meeting could not be easier.
If you are the meeting Host, invite someone to your room by sending out an invite from your Dashboard after logging in.
To connect to your room, click on the Start meeting button to launch it. We recommend that you test your connectivity settings rather than skip through straight to the meeting room, simply to ensure that you are on the right amount of bandwidth and that your camera and microphone are transmitting correctly.
Alternatively, if you are already logged in and in a meeting, you are able to send out Instant Invites. Click the envelope icon in the meeting screen and enter your Guest's email address to send them a one-click Hotlink straight into the meeting.
The most common connectivity issue is an incorrectly selected bandwidth, which can be easily remedied by testing your settings prior to entering the meeting. As a default, select Low or Medium.
You can start a meeting either logged in or not, from various endpoints, such as:
To Host a meeting user your internet browser:
Tip: Ideally choose a unique and brief name for your meeting room. Something that Guests will remember easily, such as 'DrJohnSmith' or 'Marketing14'
Starting a call via Microsoft Lync (Office 365) / Skype for Business
You may want to add the room name as a contact for ease of access in the future.
Starting a call using Video Conferencing Units like Polycom or Lifesize