If you have an i Phone on a network that does not allow simultaneous voice and data sharing (CDMA), you won't be able to connect to Go To Meeting and dial in on your i Phone at the same time.To connect to audio, you should use your i Phone's built-in mic and speakers (Vo IP) or dial in with a different device.If the organizer provides both mic and speakers (Vo IP) and conference call numbers as audio options, you'll automatically connect to Vo IP over your i Pad, i Phone or i Pod Touch’s Internet connection (Wi Fi or 3G) once you join.
You can dial in by telephone on your i Pad, tap the Settings icon Phone Number link to automatically connect to audio. If you have an i Phone 4 or 4S on a network that does not allow simultaneous voice and data sharing (CDMA), you won’t be able to connect to Go To Meeting and dial in on your i Phone at the same time.
To connect to audio, you should use your i Phone’s Internet connection (Wi Fi or 3G) or dial in with a different device.
However, some organizer features are not yet available on the i Pad, i Phone and i Pod Touch.
Unsupported features for Go To Webinar on i OS: You can view the presenter's screen in both portrait and landscape mode.
You can share your own webcam in a meeting from an i Pad 2 or newer, but you cannot yet share your own webcam in a webinar.
free chat website that lets you connect with people quickly and easily.
However, you can start webinars from a computer and then join (as an organizer) from an i OS device as a secondary app.
This will help with managing attentiveness and likes.
Once you dial in to the audio conference by telephone, Mic and Speakers (Vo IP) becomes disabled for the remainder of the session.
If you want to switch back to Vo IP, you will need to leave the session and rejoin.
During a webinar, you can tap Questions in the toolbar to send questions to the organizer.