How do I join a meeting?
If you do not receive an invitation to join a meeting, you can find the meeting room in which the meeting is taking place and then join it. You can search for meeting rooms that you do not own or manage, but to which you have access.
How do I join an audio or video conference for a meeting?
There are different options for starting or joining the audio or video call for a meeting, depending on the call capabilities available to you. The meeting room owner must start the call before participants can join it.
How do I change my video display?
After you join a video call in a meeting room, you can change the layout of the video panel, show video full screen, and more.
How do I view meeting room information?
All participants can see a link to the meeting room, who the meeting room owner is, and other basic information about the meeting room.
How can I speak during a lecture-style meeting?
When participants join an audio or video conference by computer for a lecture-style meeting, they are put in listen-only mode. In addition, video conference participants are not seen by other participants. Participants must send the meeting room owner a request to speak and can speak, and been seen on video, only after they get permission.
How can I check that my meeting is connected to the network?
Sometimes, when you are in a meeting room, you might experience problems such as a delayed display of what is being shared, sluggish responses when you use certain meeting features, or problems connecting to the audio conference (if you have this capability). These problems might be due to your network connection.
How do I leave a meeting?
Anyone in a meeting room, including the meeting room owner, can leave a meeting at any time. When you leave, the meeting remains active for everyone still in the meeting room.