Configure Default Meeting Settings
You can change various settings that affect the way your meetings are scheduled and run using the Settings page on your web account. These settings will apply to all meetings that you schedule.
The features that are available on your account may vary depending on your subscription plan.
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Each time you schedule a new session, it will automatically use the default audio settings configured for your account (but you can change them for each specific session, as needed). See Set Default Audio Options to learn more about changing your default audio settings.
You can choose whether or not you want your attendees to join the session automatically muted. Having attendees join muted is recommended for reducing audio feedback and noise during joining. Mute your attendees before they join the meeting as follows.
GoToMeeting provides calendar integrations for Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar, which will allow you to schedule your session directly within the third-party applications.
You can create your own personalized meeting page by reserving a URL and customizing the look and feel of your meeting page. Reserving a meeting page allows you to quickly launch a meeting and have attendees join at the same URL each time (without having to send out an invite for each meeting), which is ideal for recurring or spur-of-the-moment meetings.
See Create a Personal Meeting Page to learn more about personal meeting pages.
Using the GoToMeeting Web App, your attendees can join sessions directly through a web browser (rather than downloading the GoToMeeting desktop app).
As an organizer, you must have the Web App enabled in your settings in order to provide attendees the ability to join via web browser. See About the Web App to learn more about the Web App.
When a meeting is in session but the Presenter is not currently sharing their screen, the Waiting Room window is displayed. If desired, you can add a logo that will appear at the top of the window by default.
See Add a Custom Logo to learn more.