Video meetings are more engaging than audio-only meetings. There are many ways that you can join meetings from video systems. Whether you use Cisco Systems, Polycom, or other SIP- or H.323-based video systems or a Webex room or desk device, you can easily start or join a meeting. Hosts and panelists can also join an event from a video system.
Join by dialing the video address
Dial the video address from the calendar invite or from the meeting information page.
Open the virtual keyboard or get the remote control for your video system.
For example, tap Call and then tap the keyboard button on the keypad.
Dial the video address in one of the following formats:
Enter the numeric meeting password, if prompted.
The numeric meeting password is only needed for scheduled Webex meetings, not Webex Personal Room meetings.
When prompted, do the following:
Join by tapping the Join button
If your Webex site and account support joining meetings from Cisco TelePresence systems or Cisco Webex video devices, you can use One Button to Push (OBTP).
To enable OBTP, your site must have the Cisco TelePresence Management Suite and TelePresence Management Suite Extension.
When your TelePresence room is added as a room resource, tap Join Meeting directly on the device.
If the host has not yet joined, you may be asked to enter the host PIN and press # to join the meeting. If a numeric password is required on joining, even if the host has already joined, you must always enter this password followed by # to join.
Join using the Join Webex Button on a Video Device
If the meeting host is running late or can't make it, you can join and host the meeting from a video device. For more information, see Use the Join Webex Button on a Video Device to join Meetings.