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?
- Once the meeting has been set up, the organiser will send you the meeting ID and (optionally) an additional password for added security.
- 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.
- 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.