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Conference Calls with the free Video Conferencing Software

Use TeamViewer to hold online meetings with colleagues based anywhere in the world. Free for private use.

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TeamViewer Meetings – As Effective as the Conference Room

TeamViewer for IT Admins

Colleagues don’t necessarily have to work in the same place to collaborate and cooperate productively. Instead, communicate quickly and directly with VoIP calls and video conferencing in TeamViewer. After all, online meetings via TeamViewer provide you and your colleagues plenty of options for engaging in discussion. The integrated solution is also available across different platforms and operating systems – so there are no issues when it comes to compatibility.

Show your colleagues drafts and presentations using screen sharing, or speak face-to-face with each other thanks to VoIP and webcam. You can also benefit from a range of other features, including instant messaging chats, file transfers and remote access.

Hold Cross-Platform Teleconferences and Video Conference Calls

TeamViewer for IT Supporter

TeamViewer offers you multiple conferencing solutions. Depending on hardware requirements, you can communicate directly via VoIP for business calls or start a video conference using TeamViewer. Online meetings enable you to communicate with colleagues and customers, wherever you are. Up to 25 participants can join a video or teleconference, depending on the paid licence you have.

Two Ways to Hold a Web Conference

Plan a meeting with TeamViewer and invite the relevant participants in three steps:

  • First, start TeamViewer and select the ‘Meeting’ tab to log in with your account.
  • Create a new meeting and set the date and time. The meeting you create will be assigned a meeting ID, which you can send to participants by email or over the phone. You can also define a password that participants have to enter.
  • To begin the meeting, select the relevant meeting in ‘My Meetings’ and wait for the participants. They can either log in using the email link or the URL https://go.teamviewer.com and meeting ID (depending on your settings, a password may also be required).

If you want to connect with one or more colleagues spontaneously, you don’t even have to create an online meeting first. There’s a quicker way:

  • Select ‘Presentation’ under ‘Schedule a Meeting’ in the ‘Meeting’ tab – for example while phoning a colleague – and start a web conference straight away.
  • The ‘Invite’ button allows you to send a participation link to colleagues. Alternatively, you can pass on the meeting ID directly over the phone.
  • As soon as a colleague has logged in, they will immediately see your screen and you can show them the current version of a presentation or explain an application, for instance.

Presenter and Participants: Meeting Roles

Participants in an online meeting can have different roles with different authorisations:

  • Organiser: At the start of the meeting, the person who created the event is the organiser. They can also delegate the role to someone else during a meeting. The organiser essentially has all rights and can restrict the rights of other participants.
  • Presenter: The presenter is the person whose screen can currently be seen by the other meeting participants. This is the initiator’s screen at the beginning of the meeting, but it can be changed as often as necessary during a conference.
  • Participants: All other attendees of a meeting are participants; they can view the contents of the presenter’s shared screen.

The organiser has the right to expel participants from online meetings or VoIP calls and to disable webcam broadcasting for all participants. The presenter also has a number of rights. Their screen is visible to the others and they can set whether they’d also like to transmit their computer’s audio. Moreover, the presenter can record the session and create a video recording of the whole meeting.

Other communication options are also available: this includes a file box which the meeting organiser can either unlock or lock. Plus, there’s the online whiteboard: the presenter is able to unlock this for all other participants, who can then write on the whiteboard, add annotations or mark areas on the screen. This makes it easier to illustrate points to other meeting participants.

TeamViewer Meetings

TeamViewer Meetings – As Effective as the Conference Room

TeamViewer for IT Admins

Colleagues don’t necessarily have to work in the same place to collaborate and cooperate productively. Instead, communicate quickly and directly with VoIP calls and video conferencing in TeamViewer. After all, online meetings via TeamViewer provide you and your colleagues plenty of options for engaging in discussion. The integrated solution is also available across different platforms and operating systems – so there are no issues when it comes to compatibility.

Show your colleagues drafts and presentations using screen sharing, or speak face-to-face with each other thanks to VoIP and webcam. You can also benefit from a range of other features, including instant messaging chats, file transfers and remote access.

Conferencing Solutions

Hold Cross-Platform Teleconferences and Video Conference Calls

TeamViewer for IT Supporter

TeamViewer offers you multiple conferencing solutions. Depending on hardware requirements, you can communicate directly via VoIP for business calls or start a video conference using TeamViewer. Online meetings enable you to communicate with colleagues and customers, wherever you are. Up to 25 participants can join a video or teleconference, depending on the paid licence you have.

Two Ways to Hold a Web Conference

Plan a meeting with TeamViewer and invite the relevant participants in three steps:

  • First, start TeamViewer and select the ‘Meeting’ tab to log in with your account.
  • Create a new meeting and set the date and time. The meeting you create will be assigned a meeting ID, which you can send to participants by email or over the phone. You can also define a password that participants have to enter.
  • To begin the meeting, select the relevant meeting in ‘My Meetings’ and wait for the participants. They can either log in using the email link or the URL https://go.teamviewer.com and meeting ID (depending on your settings, a password may also be required).

If you want to connect with one or more colleagues spontaneously, you don’t even have to create an online meeting first. There’s a quicker way:

  • Select ‘Presentation’ under ‘Schedule a Meeting’ in the ‘Meeting’ tab – for example while phoning a colleague – and start a web conference straight away.
  • The ‘Invite’ button allows you to send a participation link to colleagues. Alternatively, you can pass on the meeting ID directly over the phone.
  • As soon as a colleague has logged in, they will immediately see your screen and you can show them the current version of a presentation or explain an application, for instance.
Meeting Roles

Presenter and Participants: Meeting Roles

Participants in an online meeting can have different roles with different authorisations:

  • Organiser: At the start of the meeting, the person who created the event is the organiser. They can also delegate the role to someone else during a meeting. The organiser essentially has all rights and can restrict the rights of other participants.
  • Presenter: The presenter is the person whose screen can currently be seen by the other meeting participants. This is the initiator’s screen at the beginning of the meeting, but it can be changed as often as necessary during a conference.
  • Participants: All other attendees of a meeting are participants; they can view the contents of the presenter’s shared screen.

The organiser has the right to expel participants from online meetings or VoIP calls and to disable webcam broadcasting for all participants. The presenter also has a number of rights. Their screen is visible to the others and they can set whether they’d also like to transmit their computer’s audio. Moreover, the presenter can record the session and create a video recording of the whole meeting.

Other communication options are also available: this includes a file box which the meeting organiser can either unlock or lock. Plus, there’s the online whiteboard: the presenter is able to unlock this for all other participants, who can then write on the whiteboard, add annotations or mark areas on the screen. This makes it easier to illustrate points to other meeting participants.

TeamViewer Meetings – As Effective as the Conference Room

TeamViewer for IT Admins

Colleagues don’t necessarily have to work in the same place to collaborate and cooperate productively. Instead, communicate quickly and directly with VoIP calls and video conferencing in TeamViewer. After all, online meetings via TeamViewer provide you and your colleagues plenty of options for engaging in discussion. The integrated solution is also available across different platforms and operating systems – so there are no issues when it comes to compatibility.

Show your colleagues drafts and presentations using screen sharing, or speak face-to-face with each other thanks to VoIP and webcam. You can also benefit from a range of other features, including instant messaging chats, file transfers and remote access.

Hold Cross-Platform Teleconferences and Video Conference Calls

TeamViewer for IT Supporter

TeamViewer offers you multiple conferencing solutions. Depending on hardware requirements, you can communicate directly via VoIP for business calls or start a video conference using TeamViewer. Online meetings enable you to communicate with colleagues and customers, wherever you are. Up to 25 participants can join a video or teleconference, depending on the paid licence you have.

Two Ways to Hold a Web Conference

Plan a meeting with TeamViewer and invite the relevant participants in three steps:

  • First, start TeamViewer and select the ‘Meeting’ tab to log in with your account.
  • Create a new meeting and set the date and time. The meeting you create will be assigned a meeting ID, which you can send to participants by email or over the phone. You can also define a password that participants have to enter.
  • To begin the meeting, select the relevant meeting in ‘My Meetings’ and wait for the participants. They can either log in using the email link or the URL https://go.teamviewer.com and meeting ID (depending on your settings, a password may also be required).

If you want to connect with one or more colleagues spontaneously, you don’t even have to create an online meeting first. There’s a quicker way:

  • Select ‘Presentation’ under ‘Schedule a Meeting’ in the ‘Meeting’ tab – for example while phoning a colleague – and start a web conference straight away.
  • The ‘Invite’ button allows you to send a participation link to colleagues. Alternatively, you can pass on the meeting ID directly over the phone.
  • As soon as a colleague has logged in, they will immediately see your screen and you can show them the current version of a presentation or explain an application, for instance.

Presenter and Participants: Meeting Roles

Participants in an online meeting can have different roles with different authorisations:

  • Organiser: At the start of the meeting, the person who created the event is the organiser. They can also delegate the role to someone else during a meeting. The organiser essentially has all rights and can restrict the rights of other participants.
  • Presenter: The presenter is the person whose screen can currently be seen by the other meeting participants. This is the initiator’s screen at the beginning of the meeting, but it can be changed as often as necessary during a conference.
  • Participants: All other attendees of a meeting are participants; they can view the contents of the presenter’s shared screen.

The organiser has the right to expel participants from online meetings or VoIP calls and to disable webcam broadcasting for all participants. The presenter also has a number of rights. Their screen is visible to the others and they can set whether they’d also like to transmit their computer’s audio. Moreover, the presenter can record the session and create a video recording of the whole meeting.

Other communication options are also available: this includes a file box which the meeting organiser can either unlock or lock. Plus, there’s the online whiteboard: the presenter is able to unlock this for all other participants, who can then write on the whiteboard, add annotations or mark areas on the screen. This makes it easier to illustrate points to other meeting participants.

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Additional TeamViewer Features for Highly Effective Collaboration

TeamViewer web conferences can be used in a variety of ways to optimise teamwork and make collaboration as efficient as possible. The software is an ideal complement to your working environment. For example, you can export created meetings and share them via Microsoft Outlook. If you install the relevant add-in, you even have the option to create TeamViewer meetings directly in Outlook.

What’s more, the following solutions from TeamViewer help you improve communication at all levels:

  • Screen sharing enables participants to present and share content on their computer with others.
  • By saving meetings and video conferences using the screen recording feature, other colleagues can get up to speed without the need for preparing time-consuming minutes.
  • File sharing during a meeting makes it possible to quickly exchange documents

Start your teleconferences and video conference calls in TeamViewer and benefit from all the smart solutions for improving and accelerating your workflows. Whether you’re presenting to a customer or quickly discussing with colleagues, TeamViewer saves time and effort.

Web conferences with TeamViewer – Meetings without Limits

Online meetings made easy

Plan, invite and meet: start meetings in TeamViewer with just a few clicks and communicate with colleagues on all channels. It’s more than just teleconferencing.

Secure web conferencing

Only authorised people who you’ve invited will be able to join your online meetings. And thanks to end-to-end encryption, everything you say and share will remain private.

Cross-platform connections

TeamViewer is compatible with a wide range of operating systems. Even without installing the full version, your colleagues can participate in meetings, and you can also connect to mobile devices.

What is a conference call?

A conference call is when several people take part in a call – TeamViewer facilitates this over the internet as online meetings. It enables colleagues in different locations to hold meetings together, increasing productivity and helping them get on with their jobs faster. Conference calling is ideal for last-minute meetings and enables employees to work more flexibly.

How many people can take part in a video conference call?

TeamViewer offers multiple options when it comes to conference calls. Depending on which license you’ve purchased, you can connect with up to 25 people in a conference call. Turn on your video if you have a webcam so you can speak face to face with others, or share your screen so you can demonstrate processes to the other participants in real-time.

How do I join a video conference call?

  1. Once the meeting has been set up, the organiser will send you the meeting ID and (optionally) an additional password for added security.
  2. Just before the meeting’s due to start, log in using the email link you’ve been sent, or alternatively access the meeting from https://go.teamviewer.com, and enter the meeting ID.
  3. Then simply wait for the other participants to join.

What are the different roles in a conference call?

Not everyone has the same rights in a conference call. With TeamViewer, roles are split into organiser, presenter, and participants. The organiser has all the rights and can delegate roles to others as well as delete people from the call. The presenter is able to record the session and can share their screen with others. All participants can use the online whiteboard as long as the presenter has enabled access for everyone.

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