I am experienced with ZOOM, and I have experience with Skype (though a lot of the details are deep in memory with only some coming back when in the intro meeting with Bryan Martin)
I have signed up on Webex, but it does not provide all of the details of the features available in a free meeting. Is anyone experienced with the free meeting version there? I am seeking to find out if the language translator feature that is definitely available in the Standard and Pro versions of meetings is… read more
The meeting code and password will be created when I open the Zoom meeting room. And I will share the link to the meeting and the code and password on this site after I have created the room on Friday and Saturday meetings. And those running the other meetings in other meeting host programs will do likewise.
With regards to my previous comment about joining a meeting...you might choose to go the the site and sign up.
You can use the following link to view what it will look link, IF the link does not bring you directly to the meeting.
At the top right of the screen is where you click to create a free account (if you would like to join the meeting as something other than a guest). Once created, you can use it every time you come on.
P.S. If any other veteran of using ZOOM meetings has anything else to add for the new people, then please do. Operating from memory is not my strongest means since 2003, but I don't have any notes for ZOOM because I remember how to do it when I am in front of it. It is like my fingers remember what buttons to press to turn on /off the house alarm code.
I'm sorry I know nothing about what you're talking about. I've used zoom & that's it & I barely know how to get around that. I don't retain information well.
As a survivor. I encourage all meetings. It's tough for me to commit 100% to meetings. I work 70 hours a week, volunteer at a church, and bowl on my night off. I just enjoy reading and giving hope to all of us out there to get some sort of cure for themselves. My cure was surgery. It was able to get me 23 years seizure free so far. Prayers for everyone.❤❤❤
@A MyEpilepsyTeam Member @A MyEpilepsyTeam Member there is many ways to get a time zone thing. john has it ahead. i have it the distance between a and b zones.
for excample... 1 am nsw (new south whales) is 8 am cst (central usa) (9 est (eastern usa)) john puts it Sydney at 17 hours ahead of chicago (cst where i live). i see it as 1 am nsw to is 8 am cst. so that means a to b is about 7 hours time. or 7 behind nsw.
carolyn, like i said before... you don't worry about time zone. we will figure all that out. just put what state and country you are in (and if posable a time you are free) and we are gonna do the rest.
We never share your personal information with anyone.