Don’t Miss Important Online Meetings!
You can rely on our HTML viewer technology so you don’t miss important online meetings. For example, if you must log on to an online meeting, use your iPad from wherever you are telecommuting. That’s the beauty of virtual communications.
Pull up your mobile device’s standard browser, go to your ShowMyPC domain, and select the “Open HTML Viewer” option. The Html Viewer can be accessed from the Options menu in your meetings home page, or when joining the meeting via the meeting invite link, as well as from your service website.
What you will see is a convenient way to open up the browser and log into your virtual meeting, just like you would at home or at work. Your mobile device’s audio and video features assist in viewing the meeting.
Our convenient HTML viewer also helps online teachers and students stay in touch with events and course postings in the virtual classroom environment without having to be tied to a computer. For example, if your professor wants you to attend her class every week at the same time, use the HTML viewer on your iPhone or Android phone to log into class. This could be very helpful if you are multi-tasking and working in college, don’t have time to stop at home and log on using your laptop or PC, but are really committed to your coursework.
Some people prefer to participate in meetings, take a training course online, and attend other business, education, and social events through their mobile device. Using ShowMyPC’s compatibility with the iPad, iPhone, and Android phones, there are so many ways to stay connected. You just have to try the HTML viewer for yourself!
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For example, you might want to schedule an online chat with one of the employees who telecommutes to your small business. Or, you might want to set up an online meeting with a prospective freelance contractor who can really support your business by taking over some of the workload.
All you need to do is use your PC or mobile device. Go to your ShowMyPC domain and launch the application, then go to Options to schedule your meeting. If you want to use one of your business contacts saved in the Microsoft Outlook address book, you might want to use the “Schedule Meeting (MS Outlook)” option.
Another easy way is to start is at the main screen, where you will select Options->Schedule a Meeting.
Its as simple as that! Stay tuned to our blog for more updates on our easy-to-use features in order to maximize the use of your subscription!
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Think about how to clean up the computer screen, for example, prior to your next presentation so that what you present will be better suited to the audience. One idea is to make an appointment one half hour before your meeting on your e-calendar. In this time period, you can critically evaluate the content that you intend to share.
Take a step back from your computer and think about what your audience will view through ShowMyPC technology. Does what you have arranged on the screen make sense? Or should you learn how to be a more adept editor of your visual content display?
For example, you might be able to remove graphics that make the screen too busy. You might catch spelling errors in text that you have included in a presentation. You might decide to throw out items altogether that really do not fit your agenda for the meeting.
Above all, remember that it is a professional courtesy as the virtual meeting facilitator to take time to weed out ineffective visual elements so that your audience will derive maximum benefits from viewing your computer screen.
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Use your ability to share what is on your desktop screen using ShowMyPC’s software to conduct more effective meetings. Save yourself the hassle of completing many steps to share information with your intended audience. Tailor the content that you will present on the screen to the needs of your audience.
Why should you conduct a better online meeting? Think about your audience for a minute. People who stop whatever they are working on during a busy workday to go online and view the contents of your computer screen are usually in a time crunch. They hope that you, like any other presenter, have taken the time to organize online meeting information for their easy consumption. They want to be able to use their time wisely during your online meeting. Otherwise, why would they log on?
So here is something that you can do to make the most of everyone’s time for the next online meeting. Start out with a white board, or a blank MS Word document. Map out the most important ideas that need to be communicated in the meeting. Then choose the presentation format that will communicate these ideas most effectively. If you just need a bit of text and lots of images, PowerPoint might do the trick. For a more informal brainstorming session, a whiteboard might work better. Stay tuned for more tips and tricks to conduct efficient online meetings!
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