Follow the suggestions in this topic to help make your online meeting or
conference call a success.
In this article
Schedule the meeting
When you’re scheduling the meeting, consider the following suggestions:
- Give a presentation to a group of more than 40 people
- Invite people who don’t have an account on your network
- Discuss something confidential
- Prevent others from viewing or editing your handouts before the
For details, see Set
meeting or conference call options.
- If you’re inviting people inside your organization who don’t have
Microsoft Lync 2010 communications software installed, or if you’re inviting
people outside your organization, review the features and installation
requirements of other supported clients. For details, see Join
from a computer without Lync 2010 installed.
Prepare for the meeting
Before the meeting, consider the following suggestions:
Lead the meeting
During the meeting, consider the following suggestions:
- Manage or interact with individual meeting participants by right-clicking
their names and then choosing the command you want.
- For the best computer audio sound quality, ask participants to keep their
lines muted unless they are speaking. You or other presenters can also mute
individuals or everyone other than the person who is speaking.
- Monitor the meeting roster for the following indicators:
- An audio device that is causing interference
- Participants who are having difficulty with audio, video, or sharing
For details, see Conduct
a meeting as a presenter.