ReadyTalk is happy to announce the availability of the ReadyTalk Scheduler for Outlook 2010 . Customers using the existing Outlook Scheduler (for 2007) will also be able to upgrade to take advantage of new features and functionality. The ReadyTalk Scheduler for Outlook gives you the flexibility to quickly and easily schedule and start an On-Demand meeting, webinar, demo or training session directly from Microsoft Outlook 2007 and 2010.
With the ReadyTalk Scheduler for Outlook 2007 and 2010 you can:
- Meet now: Instantly start a ReadyTalk on-demand web conference from the Microsoft Outlook toolbar using the Meet Now button.
- Schedule on-demand meetings: Schedule a one-time or recurring on-demand web and/or audio conference using the Microsoft Outlook calendar. The meeting request includes all of the information your participants need to join your conference.
- Audio Quick Start for participants: ReadyTalk Scheduler for Outlook provides participants the added convenience of having your next online meeting call them. Participants simply click the Participant Dial-Me link included in your meeting invite and ReadyTalk calls them, letting your sales demo start on time, every time.
- Easy access to Dial-In numbers: Customize the list of ReadyTalk dial-in numbers to include in your Microsoft Outlook meeting request.
- Quick audio and web conference defaults: Turn web and audio conference details on or off in your calendar invitation with the click of a button.
- Manage multiple access codes: Set up multiple ReadyTalk subscriptions to allow scheduling for separate access codes, add multiple dial-in numbers and adjust your default meeting type preference directly from the ReadyTalk Scheduler.
To download and install the ReadyTalk Scheduler for Outlook 2007 and 2010, visit: http://www.readytalk.com/support-training/downloads
As always, if you have a question or support issue, please call ReadyTalk Customer Care at 800.843.9166.
Brandon Hess works at ReadyTalk as a Product Marketing Manager. Starting his initial career as a web designer, Brandon eventually decided that the web could design itself just fine and that his true interest was in marketing. Following his passion through the agency, startup and newspaper industries, he eventually found his way home inside the wonderful walls of ReadyTalk. In his free time, he enjoys debating why Lord of the Rings is superior to Harry Potter, collecting all things Batman and answering questions about his height (6'8" by the way).