3CX WebMeeting User Manual
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3CX WebMeeting User Manual

The 3CX WebMeeting User Manual will help you make the most of the 3CX WebMeeting web interface. Create and host meetings, collaborate remotely, share your screen or documents, all without the need to install any client but a simple plugin. Specifically, with 3CX WebMeeting you are able to:

Create Video Conferences

With the 3CX client you can easily create, schedule, manage, and join ad-hoc conference calls (conference calls that initiate immediately without scheduling), web meetings or even webinars from your desktop or laptop computer.

  • Creating video conferences from Windows
  • Creating video conferences from Mac

Personalized WebMeeting

The Click2Meet feature allows anyone with the link to join at any time and request an online meeting with you; better than just a phone call. Your personalized URL can be shared just like your office number to everyone. Queuing can also be enabled making it an ideal solution for customer support centers.

Video Conferencing Features

3CX’s WebMeeting solution offers you much more than a simple video call. It can be used by companies, schools, and even hospitals due to its interactive capabilities. Recording, Screen Sharing, Remote Control, PDF Sharing, Surveys and Polling is all integrated into a single solution.

Full Control of your web meeting

With 3CX WebMeeting you can moderate and modify your web meeting on the spot, improving your performance and your customer’s satisfaction. You can moderate both users and meeting rooms, enable and disable the available reactions, kick a user out of a meeting and even accept or reject the participants trying to connect.


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