Recording meetings is important if there are participants that cannot attend and need to review the meeting later. Only meeting moderators can record a meeting. This video shows how to record, how to retrieve the recording later, and how to share that recording with others.
- If you are the moderator…of a meeting you can record the meeting.…In a standard scenario…the moderator is the person who started the meeting.…However, it is possible for there…to be more than one moderator.…If you need to know more about that…make sure you check out the movie later in this course…on moderator options and controls.…At my office there are lots of important meetings…where some people are not able to attend…at the designated time,…so it's a big help to be able…to watch the recordings later…for meetings that you missed.…
So, right now I'm already in an active meeting with Garrick.…I've just minimized that window,…so I'm going to bring that back up.…Hey Garrick.…- Hey there, Nick.…- All right, so this time we're going to talk…about recording a meeting.…So, I'm going to look over at the controls on the right side…and I see this button to record,…this red dot.…It's currently labeled Record Off…because I'm not currently recording.…Now, Garrick do you see a record button on your screen?…- I don't have a record button.…
Note: This course was featured in Market Watch, Inc., Fortune, Forbes, and Entrepreneur.
- 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.