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Lock your GoToMeeting session to avoid attendee overlap.
In this video, you’ll learn how to turn on and use HDFaces, how to customize your webcam settings, and learn a bit about HDFaces organizer controls. HDFaces requires both the webcam and the GoToMeeting software to be installed on the computer you’ll be using to join the meeting. A high-definition webcam is recommended in order to take advantage of the high-resolution streaming offered by HDFaces. Before the meeting, make sure that the webcam is properly connected to the computer and ready for use. Once the GoToMeeting session has begun, one-click activation of the webcam is accessible from a couple different places on the control panel: at the top, and within the attendee pane. It is also available from the minimized control panel. Make sure settings are optimized in the webcam panel. Click on the webcams dropdown and select preferences. The preferences menu shows the webcam that is being used by HDFaces, and the display format. The advanced tab allows the streaming video to be fine-tuned. The webcam viewer window can be maximized, minimized, and expanded. Webcam streaming can be stopped with the click of any of the webcam buttons in the control panel. In addition, organizers may turn off an attendee’s webcam and they can request that an attendee turn on their webcam if it is not on already. Up to 25 webcams can be streamed at once. To learn more about How to Use HDFaces Organizer by GoToMeeting, visit this URL: https://www.gotomeeting.com/webinar/resources/gotowebinar-with-hdfaces-fact-sheet
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Use the GoToMeeting and Salesforce integration in Classic mode.
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Use the GoToMeeting and Salesforce integration in Lightning mode.
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How to Use the GoToMeeting Outlook Plugin Welcome to a brief tutorial on how to use the GoToMeeting Outlook plugin. Wondering how to set up a GoToMeeting in Outlook? The GoToMeeting Outlook plugin allows you to schedule meetings directly from your Outlook calendar. You can then email invitations directly to your contacts. The Outlook plugin is compatible with Windows XP or newer. How to Install the GoToMeeting Outlook Plugin To install the GoToMeeting Outlook plugin, close Outlook and login to your GoToMeeting account from GoToMeeting.com. In the gray bar across the top, click “setttings.” In the calendar integration section of the next page, click “download the Outlook plugin.” Open the downloaded file and click “run.” The GoToMeeting plugin should now be installed, and settings can be adjusted within the “add-ins” tab within Outlook. If you do not see the plugin installed, you may just need to restart Outlook. For more information on how to use the GoToMeeting Outlook plugin or how to set up a GoToMeeting in Outlook, visit this URL: https://support.logmeininc.com/gotomeeting/help/install-gotomeeting-in-outlook-for-windows-g2m090087?c_prod=g2m&c_name=plugin-help Get even more information at https://link.gotomeeting.com/outlook-plugin-help
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Creative ways to boost customer loyalty.
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Welcome to a brief tutorial on how an organizer on a GoToMeeting account can invite other organizers from their team to be co-organizers in a GoToMeeting session. A common example of a need for this option is when one organizer schedules meetings, but another organizer hosts the actual GoToMeeting events. The main organizer starts by logging into his or her own account at GoToMeeting.com. Once logged into the account, the organizer will click on “schedule a meeting” at the top of the “My Meetings” page. When scheduling a meeting, under the “co-organizers” tab, the organizer can enter the email of a co-organizer and click “save.” This will send a copy of the meeting to the co-organizers list of scheduled meetings. Next, a copy of the meeting invitation will open, which can be sent out to attendees. For more information on how to use co-organizer features in GoToMeeting, visit this URL: https://link.gotomeeting.com/coorganizer-help People searching for help on using the co-organizer feature in GoToMeeting also search: “GoToMeeting change organizer” or “GoToMeeting co organizer start meeting” in their preferred search engine.
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GoToMeeting now offers a new Meeting Spaces feature. Meeting Spaces allows you to customize your sessions even more by adding an agenda and meeting materials. When scheduling or editing your meetings, you’ll see the option to add a meeting agenda for you and all attendees to view before, during, and after your session. You’re also able to add materials to be used before, during, or after your GoToMeeting event. You can browse and add, or drag and drop materials, such as PDFs, spreadsheets, and word documents, into your session. From the Meeting Spaces page, you can copy the meeting invite and distribute it to more attendees, and can also adjust your meeting and audio settings. This feature is only available when you schedule a meeting from the GoToMeeting web portal. For more information on how to use Meeting Spaces in GoToMeeting, or for more information on your personal meeting room, follow this URL: https://www.gotomeeting.com/features/online-meeting-room
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Add a company logo to GoToMeeting account. Get more information at https://support.logmeininc.com/gotomeeting/help/set-product-defaults-in-admin-settings-g2m500002
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Learn to record, and share, your GoToMeeting sessions. Get more information at https://support.logmeininc.com/gotomeeting/help/recording-and-playback-faqs-g2m050012
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Learn about InRoom Link with GoToMeeting. Get more information at https://support.logmeininc.com/gotomeeting/help/inroom-link-for-video-conference-rooms-and-systems-g2m220010
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Sharing your screen with an Android device. Get more information at https://support.logmeininc.com/gotomeeting/help/share-your-screen-android-g2m090045
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Recording and sharing GoToMeeting sessions just got easier. With a streamlined experience, we’ve eliminated the time required for downloading and converting recordings by offering an automated and fully cloud based recording solution. Once you’ve stopped recording a GoToMeeting session, your recording will automatically be uploaded to your private cloud space. Please note that it may take a few minutes for the recording to be converted and uploaded to be available in your meeting history. Organizers no longer need to manually convert and upload recordings to make them available. After closing a meeting, you’re simply taken back to your “My Meetings” page. Click on “Meeting History” and you’ll not only see your uploaded recordings listed, but you’ll be able to view them, download them, share them, or delete them with ease. You can also view a list of all attendees at your meeting session. You can view their name and email address as well as their join and departure times. With online cloud recording, GoToMeeting has made recording and sharing recorded GoToMeeting sessions simple. To learn more about how to use cloud based recording with GoToMeeting, visit this URL: https://blog.gotomeeting.com/simpler-faster-meeting-recording/
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GoToMeeting Transcription and the Smart Meeting Assistant.
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Learn about GoToMeeting's "Call Me" feature.
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Learn all about our new Business Messaging with GoToMeeting.
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