WebEx Audio Overview
Computer—You can use a headset connected to your computer to join the audio portion of the meeting. Make sure that the computer has a supported sound card and a connection to the Internet. This option sometimes causes noisy transmission, or an irregular voice stream, but has no cost attached.
Use Your Phone to Connect to Audio
When you use your phone to connect to the audio portion of the training session, you can call in or receive a callback.
Callback—Receive a call at a valid number you provide, or at phone number that is already stored in your user profile. A valid number must contain the area code and the seven-digit local phone number.
A phone icon appears next to your name in the participant list to indicate that you are using your phone in the audio conference. A mute icon appears next to the video icon so that you can mute or unmute your microphone as desired.
Use Your Computer to Connect to Audio
When you use your computer to speak and listen in a training session, your computer sends and receives sound across the Internet. Your computer must have a supported sound card and be connected to the Internet.
For purposes of audio quality and convenience, use a computer headset with a high-quality microphone rather than speakers and a microphone.
A headset icon appears next to your name in the participant list to indicate that you are using your computer in the audio conference. A mute icon appears next to the video icon so that you can mute or unmute your microphone as desired.
WebEx Audio Quick Reference Tasks
Edit or Update Your Stored Phone Numbers
You have not yet joined the audio conference.
You joined the audio conference from your computer.
In addition, you can view any phone number cookies stored on your computer.