You create an account and get a permanent meeting ID that you can use anytime you want.
- Unlimited free meetings.
- Up to 96 participants.
- Free audio conferencing.
- Delegate screen sharing to another participant.
The conference requires a web browser supporting Java and Flash. You'll need to make sure your firewall isn't blocking ports 6565-6568.
While the service is still considered beta, I was fairly impressed with how easy it was to create a conference anytime and have participants join with minimal hassle or training. It's also very fluid with very minimal lag for your viewing participants.
One thing to note is that by default it will share all open windows on your machine when you start your conference. You can select which windows to explicitly share under Screen Sharing "Select items to share".
Give it a try and let me know what you think.
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