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Getting Started

An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)

Speakers and a microphone – built-in or USB plug-in or wireless Bluetooth

A webcam or HD webcam - built-in or USB plug-in

Or, a HD cam or HD camcorder with video capture card

Supported Operating Systems

Mac OS X with MacOS 10.7 or later

MacOS 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) with limited functionality (Meeting11 version 3.6)

Windows 10

Windows 8 or 8.1

Windows 7

Windows Vista with SP1 or later

Windows XP with SP3 or later

Ubuntu 12.04 or higher

Mint 17.1 or higher

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 or higher

Oracle Linux 6.4 or higher

CentOS 6.4 or higher

Fedora 21 or higher

OpenSUSE 13.2 or higher

ArchLinux (64-bit only)

Supported Tablet and Mobile Devices

Surface PRO 2 running Win 8.1

Surface PRO 3 running Win 10

iOS and Android devices

Blackberry devices

Supported Browsers

Windows: IE7+, Firefox, Chrome, Safari5+

Mac: Safari5+, Firefox, Chrome

Linux: Firefox, Chrome

Processor and RAM Requirements

Note:Linux requires a processor or graphics card that can support OpenGL 2.0 or higher

High DPI Support

High DPI displays are supported in Meeting11 version 3.5 or higher

Bandwidth Requirements

The bandwidth used by Meeting11 will be optimized for the best experience based on the participants’ network. It will automatically adjust for 3G, WiFi or Wired environments.

Recommended bandwidth for Meetings and Webinar Panelists:

For 1:1 video calling: 600kbps (up/down) for high quality video and 1.2 Mbps (up/down) for HD video

For group video calling: 600kbps/1.2Mbps (up/down) for high quality video. For gallery view: 1.5Mbps/1.5Mbps (up/ down).

For screen sharing only (no video thumbnail): 50-75kbps

For screen sharing with video thumbnail: 50-150kbps

For audio VoiP: 60-80kbps

Recommended bandwidth for Webinar Attendees:

For 1:1 video calling: 600kbps (down) for high quality video and 1.2 Mbps (down) for HD video

For screen sharing only (no video thumbnail): 50-75kbps (down)

For screen sharing with video thumbnail: 50-150kbps (down)

For audio VoiP: 60-80kbps (down)

Overview

The Meeting11 web client allows joining a Meeting11 meeting or webinar without downloading any plugins or software. However, the web client has limited features, which include:

Join Audio

Invite others

Mute/unmute

Start/stop cloud recording - if the host

View shared content

View video in Active Speaker

Raise Hand

Lock meeting - if the host

Through your settings, you can control if the Join From Browser link appears automatically or if it only appears once the participants attempts to download the Meeting11 client. Learn more.

Prerequisites

Internet Explorer 10 or higher

Microsoft Edge 38.14393.0.0 or higher

Google Chrome 53.0.2785 or higher

Safari 10.0.602.1.50 or higher

Firefox 49.0 or higher

Instructions

Click the link to join the meeting.

An option Join from your Browser may appear automatically. If it does not, select download & run Meeting11.

The option Join from your Browser will appear.

You will be prompted to enter your name.

Click Join to be taken into the meeting.

Join Audio

Once you have joined, you can join the audio by computer, dial in by telephone, or choose call me (if enabled for the host's account). Call Me and Toll Free numbers require a Premium Audio Subscription.

Click Join Audio.

Click Phone Call, or Computer Audio tab to choose your join method.

Phone Call: Follow the instructions on the screen for dialing in by phone.

Computer Audio: Click Join Audio By Computer. After joining computer audio, you can Mute/Unmute at the lower left corner or click on the ^ to select a different microphone and/or speaker.

Viewing Video & Adjusting Resolution

When joined into a Meeting11 meeting from the web client, you can view one participant's video in Active Speaker view or if the host spotlights a video. If multiple participants are sharing their video, you will only be able to see one at a time.

Host Controls

If you are the meeting host and are signed in to your Meeting11 account on the web, you will have additional options available.

Cloud Recording

Click Record to start a cloud recording.

About

Meeting11 cloud meetings works on your iOS devices such as iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. You can download the Meeting11 app from the Apple AppStore.

Once you have the Meeting11 app installed, tap the Meeting11 application icon on your iOS device to open Meeting11.

Once the Meeting11 app is open, you can choose to Sign In or Join a Meeting.

Once you are signed in, you will be able to host, schedule, and join meetings.

Selecting "Join a Meeting" will prompt you to enter the Meeting Id of the meeting you are trying to join.

Selecting "Schedule or Host A Meeting" will prompt you to either schedule a new meeting or check your upcoming scheduled meetings.

Selecting "Schedule Meeting" will prompt you to enter the meeting details, such as the topic and time. After this is complete, you will be prompted to send out the meeting invitation.

Selecting "Upcoming Meetings" will allow you to view and start meetings you have already scheduled.

Settings:

Selecting the "Settings" tab will give you the following options.

Selecting your name will give you the ability to change your screen name as well as the picture being used on your account.

Meeting settings will give the ability to automatically connect audio to the meeting, always mute your microphone when joining a meeting, always turning off video when joining a video, and enabling AirPlay to show the Meeting11 App.

Selecting "About" will view the current Meeting11 version installed, as well as give you the ability to give feedback, tell others about Meeting11, and rate the Meeting11 app.

About

Meeting11 Cloud Meetings works on Android. You can download Meeting11 for Android by searching for "Meeting11 Meetings" in Google Play.

Getting Started with Android

Open the Meeting11 app. Here, you can choose to Sign In or Join a Meeting.

Schedule or Host a Meeting

Start a Meeting - start an instant Meeting11 meeting using your PMI or a new meeting ID

Upcoming Meetings - view, edit, start, and delete your scheduled Meeting11 meetings

Schedule a Meeting - schedule a one-time or recurring Meeting11 meeting

User Settings

Change your Profile picture, Name

Meeting Settings

Auto Connect Device Audio - automatically connect audio using internet when joining meetings. If OFF, you will be prompted to join when connecting to a meeting

Always Mute My Microphone - always mute microphone when joining meetings

Always Mute My Video - always mute video when joining meetings

Equipment

An Internet connection – WiFi (a/g/n/ac) or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)

(Optional) Bluetooth wireless speakers and microphone

Supported Operating Systems

iOS 7.0 or later:

Send and receive video using front or rear camera

iPhone 4 or later, iPad Pro, iPad Mini, iPad 2 or later, iPod touch 4th Generation, iPhone 3GS (no front facing camera)

Android 4.0x or later

Kindle Fire HD

Supported Browsers for Web Start

iOS: Safari5+, Chrome

Android: Webkit (default), Chrome

Processor Requirement

Any 1 Ghz single core processor or better (non-Intel)

Bandwidth Recommendations

The bandwidth used by Meeting11 will be optimized for the best experience based on the participants’ network. It will automatically adjust for 3G or WiFi

Recommended bandwidth over WiFi:

For 1:1 video calling: 600kbps (up/down) for high quality video and 1.2 Mbps (up/down) for HD video

For group video calling: 600kbps/1.2Mbps (up/down) for high quality video. For gallery view: 1.5Mbps/1.5Mbps (up/ down).

Audio, Video, Sharing

Overview

You can share your entire screen on an iOS device running iOS 11 or higher. This allows you to share apps and other content.

You cannot annotate when sharing your entire screen via iOS. If you need to annotate or share the entire screen on an older version of iOS, you can share using the Meeting11 desktop client for Mac or PC and Airplay or the Meeting11 desktop client for Mac and wired sharing.

Prerequisites

iOS 11 or higher

Meeting11 mobile app for iOS version 4.1.18611.1228 or higher

Instructions

In the meeting controls, tap Share Content. The meeting controls will be at the bottom of your screen on an iPhone and the top right of your screen on an iPad.

Tap Screen.

If this is your first time sharing your entire screen, follow the first page of on-screen instructions.

Press the home button on an iPad or an iPhone 8 or older. On an iPhone X, swipe the home bar up.

Open the iOS Settings app.

Tap Control Center.

Tap Customize Controls.

Tap the + next to Screen Recording to add Screen Recording to your Control Center.

Click the red bar at the top to return to Meeting11.

After completing the first step of instructions, swipe left on the instructions to see the Broadcast to Meeting11 instructions.

Access the Control Center. On iPads or iPhone 8 or older, swipe up from the bottom. On iPhone X, swipe down from the top right.

Hold down on the record button until the Screen Recording option appears.

Tap Meeting11.

Tap Start Broadcast.

After a count of 3, your entire device screen will be shared into the meeting.

Tap the red bar at the top of your screen when you are ready to end the share.

Tap Stop.

Tap the red bar again to open Meeting11.

To annotate on a shared screen

At the top of your screen, click View Options.

Click Annotate.

This will open the annotation tools.

Close the annotation tools at any time by clicking the X in the annotation tool bar.

Annotation Tools

Mouse: Returns your cursor to the regular mouse. It does not appear on others' screens.

Text: Type text on the shared screen.

Draw: Draw with a pen or another tool.

Arrow: Add an arrow with your name on the shared screen.

Eraser: Erase any annotations you have done.

Format: Open formatting options for the screenshare.

Undo: Remove your last changes.

Redo: Add the annotations you removed by clicking Undo.

Clear: Clear your own annotations.

To annotate on a shared screen

Tap the pen icon on your screen.

This will open the annotation tools.

Tap the pen icon again at any time to close the annotation tools.

Annotation Tools

The annotation tools available are dependent on whether you are on an iPad or iPhone.

Pen: Draw with a pen.

Highlighter: Use a highlighter to highlight sections of the screen.

Line (iPad/ tablet only): Draw a line on the screen.

Arrow (iPad/ tablet only): Add an arrow on the shared screen.

Rectangle (iPad/ tablet only): Draw a rectangle on the share screen.

Oval (iPad/ tablet only): Drawn an oval on the shared screen.

Text (iPad/ tablet only): Type text on the shared screen.

Color: Change the color or size of your annotation tools.

Erase: Tap any of your annotations to remove them.

Undo (iPad/ tablet only): Remove your last changes.

Redo (iPad/ tablet only): Add the annotations you removed by clicking Undo.

Clear: Clear your own annotations.

Overview

When a presenter is sharing a screen that is at a higher resolution than yours, you can automatically follow the presenter’s pointer on your desktop client. This is particularly useful when only a portion of the shared screen is visible to you, helping you stay focused on the important part of the shared screen.

Prerequisites

Meeting11 Client for Mac, version 4.1.8826.0925 or higher

Meeting11 Client for PC, version 4.1.8826.0925 or higher

Instructions

Start or join a meeting or webinar on a Meeting11 desktop client.

When screen sharing begins, the Follow Presenter’s Pointer option is automatically enabled.


If you manually move the shared content, you see a message that lets you know that the option to follow the presenter’s pointer has been disabled.

To re-enable following the presenter’s focus, under View Options, choose the option Follow Presenter’s Pointer.

Limitations

The presenter cannot be sharing content from within a Meeting11 Rooms meeting.

The presenter must be on the supported version of the client.

You must view the presentation using the original window size.

Overview

Meeting and webinar participants who are viewing a shared screen can switch to Side-by-side mode. This enables them to see the shared screen alongside either the Speaker View or Gallery View, depending on which view they choose. They can also adjust the location of the separator between the shared screen and video to change the relative size of each side.

This article covers:

View in Side-by-Side Mode

Enter Side-by-Side Mode automatically

Prerequisites

Meeting11 for Windows or Mac Version 4.1.8826.0925 or later

Note: Side-by-side mode does not work if dual monitors is enabled.

Instructions

View in Side-by-Side Mode

When in a meeting and viewing a screen, click on View Options and choose Side-by-Side Mode.

The shared screen will appear on the left and the speaker will appear on the right. You can slide the separator to the left or right to change the size of each side.

Click Speaker View or Gallery View at the top to switch between the two.

To exit Side-by-Side mode, click View Options, then click the Side-by-Side Mode option to deselect it.

The video of the speaker will display at the top of the screen, with the shared screen in the center of the window.

Enter Side-by-side mode automatically

If you want to always enter Side-by-side mode automatically when a screen share is started, you can select this in your application settings.

Click on Settings in the Meeting11 application.

Under the General tab, check Side-by-Side Mode.

When someone starts screen sharing, Meeting11 will automatically enter Side-by-Side mode.

Overview

The whiteboard feature will allow you to share a whiteboard that you and other participants (if allowed) can annotate on.

Read more about annotating as a viewer of a shared screen or whiteboard.

Prerequisites

Meeting11 desktop client for Windows version 3.5.19597.0626 or higher

Meeting11 desktop client for Mac version 3.5.24604.0824 or higher

iPad and Meeting11 mobile app for iOS version 2.5.34521.1207 or higher

Meeting11 mobile app for Android version 3.6.17038.1226 or higher

Instructions

How to Share a Whiteboard

Click the Share Screen button in the meeting controls.

Click Whiteboard.

Click Share Screen.

The annotation tools will appear automatically, but you can press the Whiteboard option in the meeting controls to show and hide them.

Annotation tools:

Mouse

Select

Text

Draw

Spotlight/Arrow: Turn your cursor into a spotlight or arrow.

Eraser

Format: change the formatting options of the annotation tools.

Undo

Redo

Clear

Save: this allows you to save all annotations on the screen as a screenshot. The screenshot is saved to the local recording location. By default, this is your documents folder, then in a folder called Meeting11.

When you are done, click Stop Share.

Multiple Whiteboards in a Meeting

If you have simultaneous screen sharing on, multiple participants will be able to share a whiteboard at once. However, to see two whiteboards at once, or your own whiteboard and another participant's, you will need to have dual monitors enabled.

About

If you encounter a black screen during your screen share meeting, it could be caused by automatically switching graphic card (such as an Nvidia card).

How to Fix

Open the Nvidia Control Panel in the Windows Control Panel.

Click Manage 3D Settings.

Click on Program Settings under I would like to use the following 3D settings.

Under Select a program to customize: add Cpthost.exe from the Meeting11 bin directory.

Click Add.

Find Cpthost.exe from the Meeting11 bin directory (located at C:/ >Users>YOURUSERNAME>AppData>Roaming>Meeting11>bin).

Click Add Selected Program.

Select Integrated graphics

Click Apply.

Try screen sharing again with Meeting11.

Start a Screen Share Meeting:

If you would like to start an instant meeting for screen share (no video) or an audio-only meeting, you can do so by selecting the "Start with no video" at the Home tab.

After selecting "Start without Video" your meeting will start.

Audio Conference: Meet with no video or content sharing(audio only).

Share Screen: Share content with audio only(video is off)

Invite Others: Send invitations for others to join your meeting.

Note: Video is not automatically turned on during a screen share meeting. You will need to "Start" your video/camera during the meeting.

Select a window, desktop or iPad/iPhone:

Once you click on share screen, you will be prompted to select the desktop, a specific window or an iPhone/iPad app to share.

Switching Windows during Screen Sharing:

During screen sharing, you can switch between different Windows or Desktop by moving your mouse/pointer to the top of the meeting window. Select - " New Share"

Other options during screen sharing includes- mouse/keyboard control, annotate, record, mute, chat, etc.. Click here to learn more about available features during Screen Sharing.

To end your screen share meeting simply select "Stop Share."

Leave meeting or End Meeting For All:

You can choose to -

Leave meeting - Leave the meeting but, leave the meeting open and running.

End the meeting for all - As the "Host" you can choose to End the meeting.

Start Video:

To start your video during your screen share meeting, select the "Video icon" in your meeting menu.

Note: If you started your video during your screen share. When you click "Stop Share" your meeting will return to the "Video Meeting" mode.

Video Layouts:

There are 4 video layouts for single-monitor. Click here to learn more.

Window View

Full Screen View

Gallery View

Mini View

For "dual-monitor setup", you can view your screen share presentation on one monitor and the participant(s) video on the second monitor

Video Layout during Screen Sharing:

There are 3 layouts if you enabled video during screen-sharing

Minimized View - shows who's talking

Active Speaker - shows active speaker(Click and drag bottom-right corner to resize)

All Speakers - shows all speakers (4 at a time) with up and down scrolling

Pre-Requisites:

Participant must join meeting with PC, MAC or iPad device.

Participant that is sharing screen must be on a PC or MAC.

You can request remote control from host or the participant that is sharing screen.

Once the user has started sharing you will need to locate the tool bar menu drop down at the top middle of your in meeting window. (i.e. "You are viewing "Michael Mariscal's screen")

Next will select "Request remote control right" This will then send the host/participant sharing a notification asking whether or not they wish to allow you to control their screen.

Give Mouse/Keyboard control:

While "Screen Sharing" in a Meeting11 meeting, you can "Give mouse/Keyboard control" to another participant that is in the meeting.

First, the host or participant must select "Share Screen", (Host cannot initiate screen share to present for another participant in the meeting.)

Next, move your mouse to the top of your meeting window/screen to "toggle" the drop-down screen sharing menu.

Select "Give mouse/keyboard control to" and then select the participant you would like to give control to. The participant can click anywhere on their screen to start control.

Regain control:

To regain control over your mouse and keyboard, simply "click" anywhere on your screen.

Remote control using iPad:

When using an iPad you can touch and move the "Mouse icon" or tap the "Keyboard icon" to type.

Overview

Cloud recordings of meetings or webinars can be made on-demand and require viewers to register before receiving access. Recording registration can be customized with custom fields and manual or automatic approval. The link to access the recording will not change, but once the on-demand option is turned on for a recording, it will take viewers to the registration page, instead of directly to the cloud recording.

This article covers:

Making a Recording On-demand

Changing Registration Settings

Viewing Registrant Information

Prerequisites

Meeting11 account with cloud recording enabled

Instructions

Making a Recording On-demand

Login to your Meeting11 web portal and navigate to My Recordings.

Click on the meeting topic for the recording that you would like to make on demand.

Click Share...

Toggle On Demand (Registration Required) to on (blue).

The recording will now be on demand. If user access the link to the view the recording, they will be required to register before viewing.

After registering, they can view the recording.

Changing Registration Settings

Login to your Meeting11 web portal and navigate to My Recordings.

Click on the topic for the recording.

Click Registration Settings.

This will open the on-demand settings.

Approval: Select if you want registrants to be automatically able to view the recording after registering, or if you would like to manually approve registrants to view the recording.

Notification: Check if you would like to receive an email when someone registers to view the recording.

Other options: Check if you would like to show social share buttons on the recording registration page. This will include social share buttons for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Questions: Click on the questions tab to adjust which fields are shown and required when someone registers to view the recording.

Custom Questions: Add custom questions for viewers to complete when registering to view the recording.

Click Save All when done.

If manual approval is turned on for an on-demand recording, the user will be taken to a page letting them know that their registration information has been submitted. Once their request is approved, they will receive an email with the link to view the recording. If their request is denied, they will receive an email notifying them that their registration request was denied.

Viewing Registrant Information

Login to your Meeting11 web portal and navigate to My Recordings.

Click on the topic for the recording.

Click View Registrants.

The registrant information will be shown in three tabs: Pending Approval, Approved, and Denied.

Pending Approval: Check the box next to any users you want to approve. Click Approve. Check the box next to any users you want to deny. Click Deny.

Approved: This lists any users who have access to view the recording.

Denied: This lists any users who you have denied from accessing the recording.

Meetings and Webinars

Signing In:

1. Go to Meeting11 and click on Sign In.

2. You can use the "e-mail" and "password" that you have created, or use your Google (Gmail or Google App) or Facebook account to sign in with.

Note: If you do not have a current Meeting11 account, please click on Sign Up Free

Hosting a Meeting:

If you do NOT have the Meeting11 app installed, go to Meeting11.us and select "Host a Meeting" to start the installation. If you DO have the App installed, see below -

1. Open your Meeting11 app on your desktop and Click on "Sign In"

Then Login using the E-mail and password that you have created, or with Google(Gmail), Facebook, or Login with SSO

Once you have logged in, you can select "Start Video Meeting" to start a instant meeting.

Overview

There are several ways to invite participants to a scheduled or instant meeting.

This article covers:

Instant Meeting Invite

Invite by Email

Invite by IM

Copy URL or Copy Invitation

Scheduled Meeting Invite

Application Invitation

Web Portal Invitation

You can read about other ways to invite in these articles:

Invite by Phone

Invite a Room System

Prerequisites

Meeting11 account

Meeting11 client for PC, Mac, or Linux

Note: You can review scheduling a meeting via the following here.

Instant Meeting Invite

During a meeting, you can invite people to join the conference by clicking on Invite tab in your meeting controls.

Once you click invite, you can choose the option to Invite by Email, Invite by IM, Invite by Phone (requires Premium Audio Subscription), or Invite a Room System (requires Cloud Room Connector Subscription)

Invite by Email

After clicking on Invite in the meeting controls, click on one of the three email options.

Default Email will open up your default email application (ex. Outlook, iCal, etc.)

Gmail or Yahoo Mail will open a web browser and will prompt you to log you in with your Yahoo or Gmail account. If you are already logged in, a new email will be composed automatically with the meeting information included in the body of the email.

Copy URL or Copy Invitation

Click Copy URL or Copy Invitation if you want to send your instant meeting information elsewhere. Copy URL will copy the join link and Copy Invitation will copy the full invitation text. You can then paste it using ctrl-V on a PC, cmd- V on a Mac, or by right-clicking and choosing Paste.

Scheduled Meeting Invite

Schedule a meeting either on the Web in My Meetings or through the application directly.

App Invitation

Login to the Meeting11 application.

Click Meetings at the bottom of the application window.

Hover over the meeting that you want to invite others to. Click Copy.

Once you click this, the meeting invitation will be copied and you can paste that information into an email or anywhere else you would like to send it out.

Web Invitation

Login to the My Meetings.

Click on the topic of your meeting.

Next to Time, there are options for adding to your calendar.

If you click on Google Calendar or Yahoo Calendar, it will create a calendar event automatically in the specific email service you choose.

If you click on Outlook Calendar, this will generate a .ics file that you import to your Outlook calendar.

You can also manually copy the meeting information by clicking the text that says Copy the invitation.

If you click on Copy the Invitation, another window will open with the meeting invitation text.

Click Select All.

You can copy the invitation and send it out through email or elsewhere.

Billing

Meeting11 is a subscription based business and you are able to subscribe to monthly/ yearly rates.

1. Create a free account

2. Log into your account and select Billing on the left hand side. Then select the first tab Plan Selection. If you would like to upgrade your account from the Basic Plan (Free) select Upgrade Account.

Select the subscription of your choice and select Upgrade.

Once you have selected Upgrade, you will be able to change the number of hosts and select either Monthly or Annual pricing. If needed, you are able to add Available Add-ons with your base plan. Once complete,select Continue to finish upgrading your account.

You will now need to input the Sold To and Bill To contacts for your account. Once complete, follow the steps below:

Select either Credit Card or PayPal and update your payment information

Once you have updated your payment details, select and accept the Terms of Service

Select Upgrade Now

Once you have selected Upgrade Now, you will be able to view your Order Summary. Select Confirm to complete your purchase.

Once you select Confirm, your purchase is complete and you will receive confirmation that your account was upgraded successfully.

Meeting11 is a subscription based business, where you are able to subscribe to a base plan. Once you are subscribed to a base plan, you are able to subscribe to add on subscriptions.

Base Plans:

Pro (Up to 9 hosts licenses)

Business (10 or more host licenses)

Education Plan

API Plan

Meeting11 Room

Add ons:

Premium Audio

Cloud Recording

Webinar

Large Meeting

H.323/SIP

Meeting11 Room

Account and Admin

Overview

My Meeting Settings allows you to enable or disable features for your meetings. These settings control the availability of many features, such as breakout rooms, recording, and chat.

My Meeting Settings mirror Group Settings and Account Settings. Settings can be turned on or off at these levels, as well as locked on or off. Read more about Tiered Settings.

This article covers:

Accessing and Editing My Meeting Settings

Settings List

Meeting Tab

Recording Tab

Telephone Tab

Prerequisites

Meeting11 Account

Instructions

Accessing and Editing My Meeting Settings

Login to your Meeting11 account on the web.

Navigate to My Meeting Settings.

Click to toggle a setting on or off.

Settings can also be locked at the account level or group level. This will be noted next to the setting. If a setting is locked at the account or group level, an account admin or owner will need to change it under Account Settings or Group Management.

Settings List


The following list includes possible settings available under My Meeting Settings. Some settings are dependent on certain prerequisites. If you do not see a setting listed for your group, review the article on the setting to see if your account meets those prerequisites.

Meeting tab

Schedule Meeting

Host video

Participants video

Audio Type

Join before host

Require a password for Personal Meetings if attendees can join before host

Generate and require passwords for participants joining by phone

In Meeting (Basic)

End-to-end encryption

Chat

Private chat

Auto saving chats

Play sound when participants join or leave

File transfer

Feedback to Meeting11

Display end-of-meeting experience feedback survey

Co-host

Polling

Allow host to put attendee on hold

Always show meeting control bar

Annotation

Whiteboard

Remote control

Nonverbal feedback

In Meeting (Advanced)

Breakout room

Remote support

Closed caption

Far end camera control

Group HD Video

Virtual background

Identify guest participants in the meeting/webinar

Auto-answer group in chat

Only show default email when sending email invitesUse HTML format email for Outlook plugin

Use HTML format email for Outlook plugin

Share dual camera

DSCP marking

Allow users to select stereo audio in their client settings

Allow users to select original sound in their client settings

Screen sharing

Attention tracking

Waiting room

Show a "Join from your browser" link

Live on Workplace by Facebook

Email Notifications

When attendees join meeting before host

When a meeting is cancelled

When an alternative host is set or removed from a meeting

Other

Blur snapshot on task switcher

Invitation Email

Scheduling Privilege

Integration Authentication - used for Zapier configuration

Recording tab

Local Recording

Cloud Recording

Automatic Recording

Auto-delete cloud recordings after x number of days

Multiple audio notifications of recording meeting

Telephone tab

3rd party audio

Show international numbers link on invitation email

Global Dial-in Countries

Overview

You can easily change your Meeting11 password at any time if you know your existing password. If you have forgotten your password, learn how to reset it.

This article covers:

How to Change Password

How to Add Password Login to Google, Facebook or SSO Meeting11 Login

Prerequisites

Meeting11 account with email and password login

Instructions

How to Change Password

Login to My Profile.

Scroll down to Sign In Password, Click Edit on the right.

Enter your Old Password.

Enter your New Password twice to confirm.
 Note the following password requirements:

MUST: Have at least 6 characters

MUST NOT:Contain only one character (111111 or aaaaaa)