AnyMeeting Sets Up Conference Calls In Minutes With One Email

AnyMeeting Sets Up Conference Calls In Minutes With One Email
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Love them or hate them, setting up conference calls can be just as bad as sitting on one. A new feature from AnyMeeting, one of our favourite web video chat services, at least makes the setup part easy — just CC the service on an email or calendar invite, and it replies with call info and a link to join, right from your smartphone.

The setup process really is that simple. All you need to do is CC [email protected] on your next email, or CC that address on the calendar appointment for the meeting. Anymeeting will handle the rest, and email all the participants with a dial-in number, a passcode, and, if you’re on your phone already, a button to tap to join the call automatically.

You don’t need an AnyMeeting account to use it, and if you’re on the go and pressed for time, you can do everything right from your phone. You can try it out now just by CC-ing the address above, or hit the link below to learn more about how it works.

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