Navigating the Conference Center

Navigating the Conference Center

After signing in to ReadyTalk.com you'll be automatically directed to the Conference Center where you can launch on-demand meetings, schedule upcoming meetings, view reports, manage recordings, and more. This article will help break down the major navigational features of the Conference Center.
Conference Center
1. Menu Panel: These options will help you navigate to find reports on past meetings, managed recorded conferences, update your contacts list and configure advanced settings.
2. Quick Links: Request a managed event using our concierge services, find support materials, or open a chat with our Care team.
3. On-Demand Meeting: Start an On-Demand Meeting and view your participant login information. Learn more by reading our Starting an On Demand Meeting article.
4. Scheduled Meetings List: Any upcoming meetings will appear here, where you can select one to start or update as needed.
   Note: You can find past meetings by clicking the "View Past Meetings" link in the top right corner.
5. Open Meeting Controls: Before starting a meeting, you need to select either "On Demand Meeting" or a "Scheduled Meeting". This will open your conference controls.
6. Schedule a Meeting: Click here to begin the two-step process of scheduling an upcoming meeting. Read more on our Creating a Scheduled Meeting article.
A Conference Center Per Access Code
If your account has multiple access codes given to different users, each user will have a unique Conference Center that only displays their scheduled meetings and settings. Although it is not recommend, two users can share an access code, however they will see each others' scheduled meetings. Additionally, two meetings cannot be run simultaneously using the same access code.

Conference Center Access: Cancelling / Suspending Your Account
If you ever decide to cancel or if your account is suspended, you will not be able to access your conference center. Accounts can be reactivated, which will restore access to any information stored in your conference center at the time it was suspended.

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