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Known as "Lecture Mode", this mutes all conference guests (excluding the host and guest speakers) helping to cut out any background noise from callers that do not need to speak.
Restrict access to your conference call anytime. Use Attendee Count to know how many participants are on your call and lock it for added security when you know everyone is joined.
You can leave early but continue the call. This feature is on by default and keeps the conference call open until the last caller hangs up. NOTE: You can End the Conference with 78*.
Attendees can mute their conference line with 4* and unmute by repeating 4*. Attendees can NOT unmute their line when the host has muted the entire conference with 1*.
Record your conference calls at no cost and toggle your recording off before the end of the call, by pushing 5* a second time. Otherwise, the recording will end when the conference call ends.
Request conference call participants speak their name before entering your call. Once recorded, they are joined into the conference.
Turn on or off an exit tone whenever callers leave your conference call.
Identify exactly how many callers are on your conference at a particular time with the results broadcast to the host only.
By default, the conference call service will signal new attendees through an audio tone. The host can disable this tone with 9*. If you're hosting a large call, leave the new entry tone on for the first few folks then disable it to avoid any distraction during your call.
Allows you to disconnect all callers and end the conference call even with Call Continuation enabled. You can also use the "End Conference" button from the Conference Manager.
Every conference code has a replaceable Guest Speaker code to ensure a specific caller is never muted. They will dial-in, enter the 6-digit conference code then dial 88* and the 5-digit Guest Speaker Code.
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