There are many ways to interact during an online meeting: whiteboard, switch presenter, file transfer, participant pointer, etc. – and all from the convenience of everyone’s own desk!
However during a presentation, you as the participant might wish to raise a question but don’t want to interrupt the presenter. Alternatively you may want to show your approval or disapproval about a meeting discussion. Such situations are handled easily with the Mikogo emoticon list.
Projects, deadlines, phone calls, trainings… our daily work lives can be pretty hectic at times, which is one reason why people turn to online meetings in order to save time and get on to the next task. But even fitting in an online meeting can be a struggle during a busy week.
With the Mikogo Scheduler you can reserve a session ID and send a meeting invite with all details, including a link, to your participants in advance. Get ahead of the game by being prepared and scheduling your meetings – and here’s how you do it…
The latest version of the Mikogo software is now available and it includes a built-in VOIP feature for voice conferencing for both Windows and Mac users. Time to throw your phones away!
Ok, that might be a bit drastic but this release now means you can speak to your meeting participants directly through your computer using the Mikogo software. Read on below to learn how you can start using the Mikogo voice conferencing feature.
Having just written a two-part blog series on “10 Things You Didn’t Know About Mikogo“, we thought we had uncovered a wide range of hidden gems for everyone. But the Mikogo software is packed with great features! Perhaps a two-part blog series was just not enough
Based on some support questions and requests from users regarding certain features, today we will detail five other Mikogo features which were not covered in the last blog posts.
Mikogo is pleased to announce that we recently received the highly regarded ISO 9001:2008 certification in recognition of our commendable quality management practices. Mikogo has been given the certification in accordance with the standards of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), a standard-setting body made up of representatives from national standards organizations around the globe. The ISO “gives state of the art specifications for products, services and good practice, helping to make industry more efficient and effective.”