Online Meetings with Glance
Online meetings with Glance are an easy way to conduct everyday business with your team, regardless of where they’re located. Bring your meetings to life by showing participants what’s on your computer screen in real time. Glance supports Web meetings with up to 100 attendees, regardless of whether they are on Mac or Windows machines.
Net meetings with Glance start with one click! So you can start Glance on the fly during a conference call, or if you prefer, set up your meeting in advance. Participants need just your Glance URL to join.
And Glance’s patent-pending StreamShapingTM technology ensures that none of your participants will be left behind.
Thousands of Businesses Worldwide Use Glance to Facilitate Their Net Meetings
Conduct project meetings, show PowerPoint slides, schedule creative reviews, demonstrate products, share a Visio diagram – any meeting you can do in person can also be done remotely, via the Web.
Online Meetings with Glance Outshine the Competition
- Guests connect instantly – no software installation.
- Up to 100 guests on both Macs and PCs.
- Dependable technology works every time, on time.
- Flat rate, unlimited-meeting pricing.
- Exceptional customer service – we answer on the first ring!
How to Conduct a Web Meeting with Glance
- Phone your client or prospect
- Click the Glance icon, and choose Start Session
- Have your guest browse to your Glance web page and type the 4 digit Session Key
Your net meeting is started! Your guest’s see everything you see. It’s that easy!
5 Tips for Online Meetings, from Glance
- Don’t call it a “meeting”. When someone says “meeting” it conjures up images of wasted hours listening to semi-relevant facts. If you want to get work done in your meeting, try calling it a “working session”. This will emphasize the collaborative nature of your session.
- Prepare in advance. Respect everyone&rs time. Prepare an agenda, gather data, make analyses, and draft documents in advance. Emphasize that all attendees should complete their assigned reading or tasks beforehand. Preparation will jump-start discussions and keep the meeting on track.
- Encourage participation. Online meetings can lead to participant multitasking or at worst, daydreaming, so establish ground rules for active listening. For example, tell everyone, “Silence equals agreement. If you’re quiet, we’ll assume you agree with what’s being said.” Reward participation by acknowledging contributors.
- Show documents as they change. Show the meeting notes or issues log as it changes during the meeting. With Glance you can show everyone what is happening on your screen, even as you type. Glance also allows Remote Control, so pass control of the document to participants, if needed.
- Respect time zones. When you’re working with a team that spans time zones (including international), as many of our customers do, be considerate and rotate meeting times. For example, if it’s 11 am in Boston, it’s 5 pm in Germany. The next working session could be scheduled for 8 am in Boston, giving team members in Germany a 2 pm meeting slot.