How OmniJoin™ Works

Though extremely powerful, the OmniJoin™ web conferencing service has been designed to be very easy to use. It has an intuitive user interface with simple desktop controls, and industry-leading collaboration tools.

You can get started with OmniJoin™ online meetings in just three basic steps.

Step 1. Configure

Once you have created your OmniJoin™ account, you will have two easy ways to sign into the website — either using your account information on our website, or via the free Live Contact List download.

Your OmniJoin™ meeting “room” is ready to use as soon as your account is created... and your settings are easily customizable. You can adjust the screen layout and file sharing tools, set video quality levels for your meetings, and select your preferred default audio method. (These settings can also be adjusted “on the fly” during future meetings.)

Step 2. Invite

Inviting contacts is a snap, and there are two ways to do it:

  1. You simply set up the meeting, and add contacts. You can also decide if this is a regularly recurring meetings, as well as place files in the meeting “room” in advance.
  2. Scroll through your Live Contact List and right-click to select people. You can meet with them in your meeting “room”, have a more casual text chat, or safely and easily transfer files to them. The choice is yours!

Step 3. Collaborate

The vast suite of OmniJoin™ collaboration tools helps you and your meeting participants share content easily and quickly. You can share everything from a view of your desktop, to Microsoft® Word® or Powerpoint® files, to live media and videos. Everything is displayed in real time, so you can be sure that everyone is seeing the same content at the same time.

And OmniJoin™ collaboration technology lets you do more than just share and view files. You and your colleagues can annotate and edit them together. Want to save the marked up files locally, so you can review or print after the meeting? No problem. You can even hand out (transfer) files to a specific attendee at any time during the meeting.

Step 4. Record & Store

The “Record & Playback” feature is optional, but available to all OmniJoin users. Hosts can easily record their meetings using custom record settings and store them in the OmniJoin cloud. Learn more about “Record & Playback”