Do you want to know some other things you can do as a meeting participant in a meeting room?
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 send a link to a meeting?
You can find the web address (URL) to a meeting room from within a meeting room or before you join the meeting. Use the link yourself to join the meeting or send it to others so that they can join the meeting.
What call options might be available?
When someone sets up an IBM
® meeting room, a Voice and Video option, or service provider, is also usually specified for that meeting room. Depending on the service provider associated with a meeting room, everyone joining the meeting room might be able to click an icon to call in to the meeting using either their computer or telephone. Or, the telephone number and passcode for the meeting might be available from the meeting room so that everyone can manually call in using their telephones.
How can I join a call for a meeting?
When you are a meeting participant, there are different options for calling into a meeting, depending on the call capabilities available to you. No one else can join the call until the meeting room owner or manager has started the call.
How do I have a video call in a meeting?
If you have video capabilities available in your meeting room, you can start a video call to both hear and see meeting participants.
How do I view meeting room information?
All meeting room participants can see basic information about the meeting room, such as the name of the meeting room owner, the web address (URL) to access the meeting room, and the call-in numbers for the audio call for the meeting.
How do I see different views of the participants list?
You can display the list of participants in a meeting room in various ways, including showing participants' names or their photographs.