Main features of Webex
No. Participants can only dial into the meeting using the provided telephone dial in number or using their PC audio (VoIP).
When using the “use my computer for audio” feature there is no call cost. If participants decide to dial into the telephone number 70790392 they will be charged normal call costs.
Yes Webex is available to all Flinders staff in the Northern Territory.
The meeting number is a nine-digit unique identifier that allows you to enter the correct meeting when joining a Webex session. The meeting number also allows you to join a meeting for which you do not have a link. The meeting number can be found in your Webex email invitation or calendar entry.
A host is the organizer who schedules and starts the Webex meeting. Only the host can start the meeting, participants cannot.
The presenter is the person who shares content with everyone in the meeting. The host can pass the presenter role to another person in the meeting at any time.
Yes, you can participate in a Webex meeting with audio only. You can use either a headset or your telephone to participate in a Webex meeting.
Yes. If a Webex meeting is scheduled through https://flinders.webex.com video conference equipped teaching spaces and meeting rooms can connect to the Webex using the SIP address in the invitation.
For best audio results, a headset is recommended. If audio is needed for more than one person, an echo cancelling speakerphone is recommended.
Yes, screen sharing is available in Webex. The host can share their screen by default or pass presentation privileges onto another user.
No. You can only share one monitor at a time.
No, only audio connectivity to the Webex Server is supported.
Regardless of the scheduled duration, a meeting can continue up to 24 hours (1440 minutes) as long as there is a host and a participant in the meeting. If a meeting includes only the host (or designated alternate host), it will end after 30 minutes or when the host leaves the meeting.
It is possible that the user joined the meeting from two different devices, for example, their iPhone and a desktop computer. It does not affect the meeting; you may want to ask the participant to end any additional sessions so that their name displays only once in the meeting.
You can start two simultaneous meetings as the host.
You can make your meeting secure when making a booking by setting a password on the meeting. This password can be sent to the invited participants who will be able to join the meeting by using the password.
Opening hours: 8am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays
After hours or when all staff are busy you will be given an option to leave a voicemail message. Voicemails will be accessed as soon as practical during business hours otherwise you may choose to log an IT support request.
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