No DownloadsWhen inviting a participant to join your desktop sharing meetings, you want to make it as simple as possible for them. Mikogo’s HTML Viewer can help with that – by joining your meeting via the HTML Viewer, your participants can view your screen without having to download any software or plugins. They don’t even need Flash, Java or ActiveX. They can view your screen directly from inside their web browser. 100% browser-based.
By removing the need to download software, the HTML Viewer really is the fastest way to share your screen with someone.

Join From Any Device

Participants just need a browser to use the HTML Viewer and it is supported by the high majority of web browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and will work on all platforms: PC, Mac, Linux and mobile devices. So if your participant has an Internet connection and a browser on their computer (everyone does!) then they are ready to join your meeting in seconds.

The HTML Viewer for Presentations

Online presentations, especially in the case of sales, is what the HTML Viewer was created for and is where it comes into its own. Say for example you’re on the phone with a client/prospect and you want to show them something on your screen. You start a Mikogo session as normal then they go to go.mikogo.com and join with the HTML Viewer. Next thing you know, they are viewing your screen and haven’t downloaded a thing.

It’s important to note that the HTML Viewer is for your participants to use. It is not a feature that you’ll find in your Mikogo software when you start a session, like the whiteboard, or scheduler, etc. It is an option for the participants on go.mikogo.com as shown in the image below.

Using the HTML Viewer

Next time you invite a participant to an online presentation, you can suggest that they join with the HTML Viewer to avoid downloading software.

You can read more information about this in the HTML Viewer guide.

Discussion: Have you used the HTML Viewer for inviting participants to your presentations? What did you think?