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Quick Start Guide: Phone Features for Reservationless Meetings, Release 7.0

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Quick Start Guide: Phone Features for Reservationless Meetings

Table Of Contents

Quick Start Guide: Phone Features
for Reservationless Meetings

Information For Guests and Users in
Cisco WebEx Meetings

To Modify Your Profile Settings

To Attend a Meeting as a Guest

To Start a Meeting From the Waiting Room

To Initiate a Reservationless Meeting

In-Session Meeting Features


Quick Start Guide: Phone Features
for Reservationless Meetings


Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 7.0

Released: February 6, 2009

1Information For Guests and Users in Cisco WebEx Meetings

2To Modify Your Profile Settings

3To Attend a Meeting as a Guest

4To Start a Meeting From the Waiting Room

5To Initiate a Reservationless Meeting

6In-Session Meeting Features

Personalize this guide by entering your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace phone number:

1 Information For Guests and Users in
Cisco WebEx Meetings

All meeting participants in a Cisco WebEx meeting are considered guests for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace voice portion of the meeting.

Guests, and therefore all meeting participants in a Cisco WebEx meeting, cannot access the following in-session meeting features for the voice portion of the meeting:

Dialing out to other users (using the #3 in-session option)

Using advanced features, such as muting all participants or ending the meeting (using the #8 in-session options)

2 To Modify Your Profile Settings


Step 1 Dial your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace phone number.

Step 2 Press 3 and press #.

Step 3 Enter your profile number and press #.

Step 4 Enter your profile password and press #.

Step 5 Press 3.

Step 6 Enter one of the following:

Press
Then press
To do this:

1

 

Change your profile settings

 

1

Change your password

 

2

Record your name

2

 

Change your meeting preferences

 

2

Change security options for future meetings

*

 

Return to the main menu



3 To Attend a Meeting as a Guest


Step 1 Dial your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace phone number.

Step 2 Enter the meeting ID and press #.

Step 3 Record your name and press #.

If the meeting is already in session, the system puts you into the meeting.

If the meeting organizer has not yet arrived, the system puts you into the waiting room until the meeting organizer arrives.


4 To Start a Meeting From the Waiting Room

If you are a profiled user, you can start the meeting from the waiting room by using your profile:


Step 1 Dial your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace phone number.

Step 2 Enter the meeting ID and press #.

Step 3 Record your name and press #.

If the meeting organizer has not yet arrived, the system puts you into the waiting room until the meeting organizer arrives.

Step 4 Press 3.

Step 5 Enter your profile number and press #

Step 6 Enter your profile password and press #

The system starts the meeting.


5 To Initiate a Reservationless Meeting


Step 1 Dial your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace phone number.

Step 2 Press 2 and press #.

Step 3 Enter your profile number and press #.

Step 4 Enter your profile password and press #.

The system starts the meeting.


6 In-Session Meeting Features

Press #, then:

Press
Then
To do this:

0

 

Get assistance (if available on your system)

1

 

Enter a breakout session:

 

1-9

Choose the breakout room. Enter 0 to return to the main meeting

2

 

Hear a roll call or hear who is talking

3

 

Dial out to other users1

4

 

Hear admittance options:

 

1

Lock the meeting to new users

 

2

Admit a user to the meeting

 

3

Remove the last user who entered the meeting

5

 

Mute or unmute your phone

6

 

Access the meeting notes menu:

 

1

Turn recording on or off

 

4

Record a meeting message

8

 

Access advanced features:1

 

1

Mute all participants1

 

2

Raise your volume1

 

3

Lower your volume1

 

9

End the meeting1

9

 

Depart the meeting and return to the main menu

 

*

Return to the meeting

1 Not available for Cisco WebEx meetings.