- Scheduling meetings
- Inviting others
- Setting meeting passwords
- Starting meetings
- Using the web interface vs. the GoToMeeting desktop app
- Setting up GoToMeeting preferences
- Recording meetings
- Managing screen sharing
- Sharing webcams
- Attending a meeting
- Using chat
Skill Level Beginner
- [Corena] Hi, I'm Corena Bahr, and this is GoToMeeting 2016 Essential Training. I've been working with, and training people on GoToMeeting for more than 10 years. It is my favorite tool to use to present demos, collaborate with colleagues, deliver small group training, and meet with clients. In this training, I'll show you everything you need to know to get started using GoToMeeting. We'll look at how to schedule a meeting, how to start and manage it, and we'll see how easy it is to initiate a meeting on the fly.
We'll also get familiar with the organizer control panel, the ins and outs of managing audio, how to share your screen or webcam, how to pass the presenter role over to someone else in your meeting, and we'll get to know the tools you can use to create interaction. If you're just looking to learn how to attend a GoToMeeting, I'll show you the three easy steps to join a meeting and help you understand how audio works. Once you see how easy it is to host your own interactive meetings, you'll wonder why you haven't done this earlier.
Okay, let's get started!
1. Use GoToMeeting from the Web
2. Use the GoToMeeting PC Desktop App
3. Set GoToMeeting Desktop Preferences
4. Manage A Meeting
5. Record a Meeting
6. View Meeting History
View meeting history1m 16s
7. Attend a Meeting
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