1,2,3 WebMeeting Go!

Taking A Look at the New 3CX Management ConsoleWebRTC has been in the spotlight for some time now allowing plugin-free Real Time Communications. Companies can now escalate their communications by taking advantage of this new trend as WebRTC brings video and audio communication to a whole new level. Gone are the days where you join a video/web conference and face all sorts of problems that interrupt your meeting. 3CX remains ahead of the game as it has integrated WebRTC into its newest product – 3CX WebMeeting – delivering seamless and full-featured web meetings. Users of 3CX WebMeeting are able to organise web meetings as easy as 1,2,3 by following the steps below:

  1. Using 3CXPhone for Windows, click on the conference icon and then select ‘Create Web Meeting’.
  2. Schedule when the meeting will take place as well as the duration.
  3. Add the participants you wish to invite (internal or external) and that’s it, you are ready to go.

Simple as that! Your invited participants will only have to click on a link in their invitation email and they’re in! You have just organised your first 3CX WebRTC meeting!

For a more detailed guide on how to host a Web Conference as well as how to view, edit and join a scheduled web meeting using 3CX WebRTC read our “How to Host a Web Conference” article. 3CX WebMeeting is currently in Beta and the full product will be launched very soon! As WebRTC can be used on multiple platforms, 3CX WebMeeting users can take their web meetings on the go on any Android device.

Try out 3CX WebMeeting today! Download 3CX Phone System and enable 3CX WebMeeting.

See also:
Tips for a quality Web Conference
What is WebRTC? and how will 3CX use it to revolutionize communication?

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  1. Michael

    I tried setting one up today as a test, and it never worked for me. The email didn’t go through to external recipients (I’m assuming it was due to SPF). Then the website link in the email didn’t work either. Is it possible to set up this to use the mail server settings inside 3CX to send the emails? Or send the emails from a separate email address that won’t get rejected because of SPF?

    July 9, 2014 at 1:15 am
    • @Michael – SMTP issue on your side or your smtp server. Also check spam.

      July 24, 2014 at 8:54 am
  2. Orlin Shopov

    Is it possible to control resolution, frame rate, etc. like in client version ?

    July 30, 2014 at 12:24 am
    • This feature is in the pipeline.

      August 1, 2014 at 3:49 pm