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Meeting Controls Features FAQs

Review a list of frequently asked questions about Meeting Controls.

What are Web Controls?

What are Phone Commands?

If I am a participant in a conference, how do I manage my phone line?

What are Web Controls?

Web Controls allow the organizers (hosts) to manage the conference online. Organizers can view conference participants, mute and unmute participants and control other aspects of the live conference call.

What are Phone Commands?

Organizer phone commands are telephone/dial-pad control functions that allow organizers and participants to manage the conference's available features.

The phone commands are:

Organizer
Commands
Details
Obtain a list of commands.
Mute or unmute your own line.
Hear the number of attendees.
Lock or unlock the conference so that additional attendees may not join.

Start or stop the conference recording.

  • Press and then to start recording.
  • Pressing and then again, to stop recording the conference.

Mute or unmute all lines except for the host's and enable hand-raising.

  • Pressing the first time puts the conference in lecture mode but participants can still unmute themselves.
  • Pressing the second time puts the conference in lecture mode and participants cannot unmute themselves.
  • Pressing the third time turns off Lecture Mode.

Entry/Exit beeps on or off.

Allow conference to continue after the organizer hangs up.
Roll call of participants (if enabled)

Also, you can view a complete list of phone commands and web button controls by logging into www.openvoice.com with your organizer login credentials and clicking on the Web Controls page.

If I am a participant in a conference, how do I manage my phone line?

Participant
Commands
Details
Receive a list of commands.
Mute or unmute your participant line.
Hear the number of attendees.
Raise your hand to ask a question (in lecture mode).