This guide describes how to schedule and attend meetings from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web scheduling interface. It also describes how to access meeting recordings, and modify your profile account settings and meeting preferences.
For information about how to schedule and attend meetings from the Cisco WebEx end-user interface, or how to use the features and functions in the web meeting room:
From the Cisco WebEx Meeting Center, select Support > User Guides or select the ? (help) button.
Your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace profile account contains all of your contact and access information, such as your username and passwords, contact information, and privileges. As a profiled user who has signed in, you can access all features unless your system administrator has set your profile with restrictions.
You may be able to change specific information in your account, such as email addresses or phone numbers. If you want to change privileges in your profile, contact your system administrator.
Guest users do not have profiles on the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system. As a guest user, you can attend specific meetings or browse through a list of public meetings after you have registered. However, you cannot schedule meetings.
Open a web browser and enter the URL of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web scheduling interface.
Click Attend Meeting.
Enter your name as a guest user on the Sign In page.
(Optional)If you know the ID of the meeting that you are attending, enter it in the field provided.
Click Find Meeting.
About Web Meetings Launched from Cisco Unified Personal Communicator
Cisco Unified Personal Communicator users can launch ad-hoc web meetings from their Cisco Unified Personal Communicator clients to share and collaborate on a whiteboard, desktop, application, or document. These ad-hoc meetings do not include Cisco Unified MeetingPlace audio. Users can not dial in to the meeting or dial out to a phone from the meeting room.
An ad-hoc web meeting launched from Cisco Unified Personal Communicator has the following additional characteristics:
The meeting is assigned a random meeting ID; it does not use the reservationless ID of the user who launches the meeting.
The meeting is not publicly listed; users can not locate the meeting by using the Find Meetings feature or by entering the meeting ID on the Users are also unable to join the meeting by using Cisco Unified MeetingPlace PhoneView.
The meeting is not password protected.
No email notification is generated for the meeting.
For information about accessing the web meeting room from within a Cisco Unified Personal Communicator voice or video meeting, see the online help for the Cisco Unified Personal Communicator system.