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Here's My Number So Call Me... Definitely!

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ReadyTalk has been taking participant's name and phone number and calling them to join them into an audio and web conference for a while now.  If you are unfamiliar with our 'Call Me' feature you need to try it out because it will improve your participants' experience.   

So you are probably asking two important questions right now:

  1. How do I get it?   It is available with ReadyTalk Scheduler for Outlook.
  2. How does it work? When an invitation is created in Outlook using the ReadyTalk app a link is added to the participants meeting details. At meeting time the participant simply clicks on the link.  The link will take them to the ReadyTalk site where they enter their name and phone number.  The Call Me feature will automatically call the number a participant has entered allowing them to quickly join your conference. 

Check out this demo to learn more about ReadyTalk Scheduler and Call Me (1:43 minutes)

 

To download and install the ReadyTalk Scheduler for Outlook visit: http://www.readytalk.com/products-services/integrations/productivity/outlook-scheduler


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