NOTE: these buttons are no longer available (February 2014). Instead, you can invite your participants to join meetings from your website by using our Session Login Integration.

Earlier this year we released a series of Join Mikogo buttons for you to embed in your website. Since the look of Mikogo changed a bit, we bring you a fresh, new bunch of buttons! As before, you are welcome to help yourself to these buttons to add to your website, and allow your session participants to join from your website.

Placing a Button on your website:
You can easily place a button on your site by copying and pasting the appropriate block of HTML code into your website. The button that you chose will appear on your site, and when a participant clicks on it they will have the possibility to join your session from your website rather than visiting the Mikogo homepage.

The first button will link to http://go.mikogo.com which is available for both PC and Mac users joining a Mikogo session. You can test it for yourself by simply clicking on the example button below.

The next two buttons are a little different to the above button, but more in line to what you would be used to from the buttons that we released earlier this year. Instead of linking to the Join Session webpage, the buttons below link to the Mikogo software. There are two buttons – one for Mac participants and one for Windows participants.

Please feel free to take your buttons of choice and place them on your website.

NOTE: these buttons are no longer available (February 2014). Instead, you can invite your participants to join meetings from your website by using our Session Login Integration.

We are definitely interested in hearing your feedback on the buttons. Check them out, and please leave a comment on which buttons you prefer.
And if you add one or more of the buttons to your website, feel free to share the new addition to your website by leaving a link in a comment below so we can check it out and see which buttons are the most popular. This will be nice to see and gives us an impression of which buttons are liked more than others.

Looking for something else? For example, if you use Mikogo solely for remote support, then you may only want the words “Remote Support” on a button. Let us know what type of button you’re after by leaving a comment below.