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Dial-Out to Participants

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Participant running late to a meetingImagine you are in a ReadyTalk online meeting, everyone is ready to go but you are waiting for that last person to join the audio conference.  Instead of emailing or calling them on your cell phone to 'gently' remind them to join your audio and web conference, you can can dial them directly into the audio conference using our Dial-Out feature.  

The ReadyTalk Dial-Out feature is an easy and quick way for a chairperson to connect people directly into an audio conference.  Just follow these easy steps:

  1. Start your audio conference
  2. Press *1 
  3. Enter the participant's phone number after the prompt
  4. Verify the number
  5. Press *1 again to join the participant into the call 

The Dial-Out option is also available via the web.  This document contains detailed instructions on how to use the Dial-Out feature. 

Now go and make your audio and web meetings more efficient by dialing participants directly into your conference. 

 

 

 


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