Join from a quiet place
Background noise can mean participants may struggle to hear you clearly, so be aware of your surroundings and try to join from a quiet location. This is especially important if you are the host.
Use the right headset
The best audio experience is achieved with a good internet connection and a USB headset, which you can usually request from your IT department. Ear buds can be used but tend to pick up a lot of background noise, so are not recommended. The right headset can make a huge difference to your Webex Meetings experience.
Tip: When using a headset, place the microphone in front of your chin, not in front of your mouth, to avoid heavy breathing sounds.
Muting your line will prevent unwanted sounds from your environment disturbing the meeting. Sounds such as typing, breathing and background chat are usually more audible to other participants than you realise.
Have one audio source
If you are planning to join a Webex meeting from the same meeting room as another participant, it’s best for everyone to join the web part of the meeting individually for video and screen sharing. However, only one audio connection should be made to avoid feedback and echo.
Tip: Designate one person to join the Webex meeting with audio either by dialling in by phone or by connecting via PC. Other participants in the same room should join the Webex meeting and turn on their video but not connect to audio.