How to Hold a Quick & Easy Virtual Meeting – Join.me

Ever need a quick way to share your computer screen with someone?

Maybe a remote colleague?Β Or a client?

However, you are in the middle of a phone conversation.

You don’t want to bother to set up a conference. Mail invitations. Etc.

Today, I want to show you a tool that lets you quickly set up a virutal meeting.

It is so easy that you can do it on the fly.

It’s called join.me.

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Join.me is perhaps the quickest, easiest way to setup a virtual meeting.

Simply go to join.me (joinme.com also works) and you can download the meeting client in moments.

Your partipants then go to join.me and type in a simple 9-digit meeting code.

That’s it!

No registration, setup, accounts, invitations, etc.

And the best part? Join.me is free.

Other details:

– It can share with up to 250 attendees

– You can pass mouse control to a participant

– It has chat and file sharing functionailty

– It even has free tele-conference built in

And one of my favorite features is that there is an iPad/iPhone client for attendees.

Watch this quick video demo of join.me:

If you cannot see the video in your browser, click here to view it.

Join.me is the quickest and easiest tool I have found to hold a virtual meeting.

It is so quick, that when on the phone I can set up screen sharing on the fly and simply read out the 9-digit meeting code.

It is that easy!

Quick and Effective Virtual Meetings

Join.me is a free service that is provided by LogMeIn. You are probably familiar with them, as they make many remote access applications.

The next time you need a quick hassle-free way to share your screen with someone, try join.me.

It is great for individuals, small businesses, and even those who are dealing with their corporate technology limitations.

What do you use for virtual meetings?

14 thoughts on “How to Hold a Quick & Easy Virtual Meeting – Join.me

  1. Thanks for a brilliant and informative post Craig! It’s great that these free tools exist and even better when they are shared. I wonder if you could do a similar post on how you created the video & share the tools that you have used. I’d love to be able to do this & share product reviews of apps & software that I have been playing with πŸ™‚

    1. @sanyt Thanks! I may do a post down the road on some of the tech I use.

      For the video above I used:

      – Screenflow (Mac)

      – A USB Yeti mic by Blue

      That’s it really. πŸ™‚

  2. Very Interesting, but it does not work on Linux πŸ™

    I’m also using yuuguu which is multiplatform and requires no registration for the attendees.

    1. @MassimoInfunti Wow. I didn’t think of Linux. πŸ™‚

      There probably aren’t too many clients for Linux at this stage.

  3. Thanks for a brilliant and informative post Craig! It’s great that these free tools exist and even better when they are shared. I wonder if you could do a similar post on how you created the video & share the tools that you have used. I’d love to be able to do this & share product reviews of apps & software that I have been playing with πŸ™‚

  4. Very Interesting, but it does not work on Linux πŸ™

    I’m also using yuuguu which is multiplatform and requires no registration for the attendees.

  5. @MassimoInfunti Wow. I didn’t think of Linux. πŸ™‚

    There probably aren’t too many clients for Linux at this stage.

  6. @sanyt Thanks! I may do a post down the road on some of the tech I use.

    For the video above I used:

    – Screenflow (Mac)

    – A USB Yeti mic by Blue

    That’s it really. πŸ™‚

    1. @FeliciaCago The basic version that I describe above is free.

      There is a premium version that has more features, (like meeting scheduling). It has a 14 day trial and then has a monthly charge.

      I currently use the free version.

  7. @FeliciaCago The basic version that I describe above is free.

    There is a premium version that has more features, (like meeting scheduling). It has a 14 day trial and then has a monthly charge.

    I currently use the free version.

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