Alternatively, if you use the Webex Desktop App, it's easy to sign in to your Webex site via Outlook.
You can also access the Webex Meetings desktop app via Outlook:
Tip: If you do not see the Webex Meetings add-in in your Outlook, you can download the Webex Meetings desktop app, which includes the Outlook add-in.
Tip: Make sure the name of the meeting is broad enough for it to be relevant for all meetings.
- Create a Host PIN, you'll need this when dialling in from a phone or video device. Make sure it is simple enough to remember it easily when needed.
- Set your Alternate Host preferences: choose if you want to let others host your personal room when you are not there.
Personal Conference Number (PCN) accounts are set up on your Webex service site and are for on-demand or scheduled Webex audio only conferences.
Up to three PCN accounts can be created. For each account, you can generate host and attendee access codes. If the global call-in option is enabled for your site, it is also available for PCN accounts you create.
Set up your PCN accounts on the Preferences page of your Webex service site. For security, you must add a PIN.
To add a PIN:
Once you have added a PIN to your profile, you can create up to three Personal Conference Number accounts.
You can edit or delete your PCN accounts at any time. When you edit an account, you regenerate the host and attendee access codes.
Note: If you have scheduled meetings using the deleted account, you must edit the audio conference option for those meetings.
When you join a Webex meeting, if you don't start your webcam, other participants will see your initials as a placeholder where your video should display. To make this more personable, instead of your initials you can add a picture of yourself.
To change your profile picture:
Next time you attend a meeting, if you don't start your webcam your photo will appear instead.