Webex by Cisco Meeting Centre – End User (Basic)
This course provides the basic knowledge that the end user requires to effectively schedule meetings using Webex by Cisco.
Delegates will be shown the various ways of scheduling a meeting as well as the different ways that participants can join a meeting.
|Duration||60 minutes per session|
|Group Size||Up to 10 people per session|
|Prerequisite||No Prior Knowledge Required|
|Training Room Requirements||Meeting Room
PC per attendee with Cisco Meeting Centre Software
Phone per attendee
User Profile & Password for Webex by Cisco Interface
User Profile & Password for Phone Interface
|Remote Training Requirements||Sessions will be hosted using either Webex by Cisco or Microsoft Teams sessions
Attendees must have access to a PC/ Laptop that can access Webex by Cisco or Microsoft Teams
|Note||This course should take place before a cutover|
Upon successful completion, delegates will be able to:
Managing Your Webex by Cisco Meeting Centre Account
- First Time Login
- Logging in and out
Schedule and start meetings
- From your home page and meetings page
- Within the WebEx integration to Microsoft Outlook
Sharing information before a meeting
- View upcoming meetings. You can select the meeting name to go to the meeting space and see more meeting information, added files, comments, and so on.
- View meeting information.
- View meeting updates, add comments, and view comments from invitees.
- When it is time for the meeting, the host can start the meeting and users can join the meeting directly from the meeting space.
- Allow invitees to see who else is invited. Hosts can also invite additional people from the meeting space using ‘Invite & Remind’.
Hosting and sharing content in a meeting
- Record the meeting
- Share documents, applications, desktop etc…
- View meeting participants and active speaker
- Managing the meeting (e.g., navigating a PowerPoint presentation, editing your preferences, accessing your meeting information, sending chat messages)
- Annotating your content
- Managing the meeting (e.g., assigning attendee privileges, assigning roles, and selecting meeting options)
- Managing the audio
- Polling the audience
- Using video