Maintain complete control over your call and turn on important conference features using your telephone keypad.
Mute all conferencing attendees except the host and guest speakers to avoid background noise and interruptions from attendee lines.
Lock your conference after all attendees have joined for added security. New callers are informed audio conferencing is locked.
Continuation is on by default. It allows the host to disconnect but keeps audio conferencing on for attendees to continue the call.
The conferencing service lets participants mute and unmute their own line as needed with 4* and tells them the line status.
Turn on recording on with 5* as the host to create a high-quality MP3 recording of your audio conference to listen, download, and share.
Ask callers to record their name when joining the audio conference. Names can be announced at join into the call and are posted in reports.
Be told by the audio conferencing service whenever a caller leaves the call. A small audio tone will play each time a caller exits.
Get a count of all the attendees on your audio conference at that time. The attendee count is announced only to the host.
The entry notice is on by default and plays a short audio tone or the name of a caller when they join your audio conference.
Dial attendees from the conferencing service. The host will press 67* and enter the attendees telephone number when prompted.
Once the host has reached the attendee, they will press 68* to bring both the host and attendee back into the conference.
If the host is unable to reach the attendee, they can press 69* to cancel dial-out and return back into the conference room.
End your conferencing session at any time by pressing 78* as the host and be sure all callers are disconnected from the conference.
Attendees can mute and unmute their own line by pressing 4* on their keypad and keep themselves in a listen only mode if preferred.
Attendees with questions can push 5* to tell the host they’d like to speak if muted. The host can unmute them using the web manager.