How do I set up a lecture-style meeting for many participants?
Set up a lecture-style meeting if you want a moderated meeting where all non-presenting participants join the audio or video conference for the meeting in listen-only mode. The meeting room performance is also optimized to handle many participants.
How do I record a meeting?
If recording capabilities are available to you and you have permission to record, you can record both the audio and visual aspects of meetings.
How can I have a record of what happened in my meeting?
The Meeting Stream
area of the meeting room provides a chronological record of meeting room activity. It shows items that participants entered in the Discussion area of the meeting room, such as questions and action items, content posted to the Library and Poll results. It also shows meeting events, for example, when participants joined the meeting and who and what content was shared.
How do I create a meeting report?
Meeting room owners, managers, and presenters can create a meeting room report. This report includes general information, such as the meeting room link, owner, and a list of meeting attendees. It also includes items posted to the Discussion area of the meeting room, such as action items, group chat exchanges, and poll results.
How do I end a meeting?
Meeting room owners and managers can end a meeting.
Use audio and video
If your meeting room has audio conferencing capabilities, there are two options for joining the audio conference for your meeting. You can join by using your computer audio or a telephone. If you also have video conferencing available to you, join by computer to see video of individuals in the meeting.
Share your screen or files
When you are in a meeting room, you can add content such as files and links to the meeting room Library. You can share some of these materials; others you can make available to participants to view or download.
When you are in a meeting, send polls to solicit and save feedback from meeting room participants.