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Webex | Join a Meeting with a Meeting Number or Video Address
You can join a meeting by entering the meeting number or the video address in the Webex app. If your administrator has defined a prefix or suffix so that you can dial the meeting number instead of the video address, you can use that shortcut.
Go to Meetings
and click Join a meeting above your meeting calendar.
Do one of the following:
Enter the meeting number from the meeting invite in the field.
If prompted, enter the meeting password. You can find the meeting password in the meeting invite.
Enter the video address from the meeting invite or any standard video address in the field.
Here's an example video address.
If you're prompted to enter a password to join the meeting, enter the alphanumeric meeting password. You can find the password
in the meeting invite.
If your administrator has enabled your organization to enter a meeting number plus a prefix, suffix, or both instead of the
video address to join a meeting, you can enter that meeting number shortcut here instead of the video address as well, as
shown in the following examples:
If the meeting number is 987654321, and your administrator has specified a prefix of *77*, you can join the meeting by entering *77*987654321.
If the meeting number is 987654321, and your administrator has specified a suffix of #, you can join the meeting by entering 987654321#.
If the meeting number is 987654321, and your administrator has specified that both a prefix of *77* and a suffix of # are required, you can join the meeting by entering *77*987654321#.
If your laptop or mobile device is already connected to a video device, that device also joins the meeting. This feature is
available only for cloud-registered Webex room or desk devices.
Product:Webex, Webex for Government
Operating System:Mac, Windows Desktop
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