If you do not have a BlueJeans account, but you've been invited to join a meeting, you can join as a guest. You will need a meeting link or meeting ID number, and you will need to install a small piece of software to join a meeting as a guest. This video walks through those steps.
- [Instructor] You do not need…to have a BlueJeans account…to simply join a BlueJeans meeting…that somebody else is hosting.…Perhaps you collaborate with people…at an organization who use BlueJeans…and they need to include you in a video meeting.…All you need is the meeting ID number…and then you can join.…So in this case, I'm not signed…into the BlueJeans website and I'm not signed…into the BlueJeans application here…on my computer because, hypothetically,…I don't have a BlueJeans account.…However, I did already install…the BlueJeans application to save time.…
You might want to do this in advance…by going to bluejeans.com/downloads…and install this application…which you will need to join the meeting.…If you do not install this ahead of time…you'll be prompted to install it…when you join the meeting, so I like…to do it upfront.…So now what I want to do is go to my email…where you can see I have this BlueJeans invitation…that I received.…If you watch the movie on joining a meeting…as a registered BlueJeans user,…then you'll see this process is very similar.…
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- Name what must be installed to launch a BlueJeans meeting.
- Recall what is required to join a meeting as a moderator.
- Recognize what happens when a person sharing an application view with you closes or minimizes that application.
- Identify the calendar applications that are compatible with BlueJeans Meetings.
- Explain where recordings are saved on the BlueJeans site.