Yes, Masergy Communicator MyRoom is a secured collaboration space where people can meet at any time. The host is assigned a Passcode ID and will be able to control all guest participants as a moderator. The host can send a secure participant link to their guest, and the guest can join via WebRTC enabled browser. The host has mute capabilities as well as the ability to allow desktop share and to dismiss a guest from the session.
The host can join a Communicator MyRoom meeting with one-click from Masergy Communicator Desktop, Communicator Mobile, or Connect Mobile clients. Guests who don’t wish to join from a WebRTC-enabled browser can join by phone with global access via PSTN and VoIP audio (dial-in with guest access code).
Using the Masergy Communicator, the host will simply click on the MyRoom icon to start their MyRoom meeting. Guest participants who are invited to the MyRoom meeting will join the meeting using the guest link in the email invitation. Once a participant signs into the browser session, an invite request is sent to the MyRoom host to allow the guest access to the meeting. The host will accept them giving the guest access to the MyRoom meeting. For the best experience, it is recommended to join using the Google Chrome browser. However, the guests may join with any standard browser. If the guest participant wishes to share their desktop they will need to enable the Masergy Communicator Guest share Chrome extension.
Yes, Masergy Communicator MyRoom is a secured collaboration space where people can meet. The Communicator MyRoom offers multiple video conferencing participants incredible interoperability from anywhere, on any device leveraging WebRTC technology. Communicator My Room enables users to seamlessly join a video conference, connecting desktop computers, tablets, room systems, smartphones, softphones and video phones with a consistent user experience.
Yes. There is a service which provides users with the ability to add other users to a call in progress, similar to the Three-Way Calling service. You can add up to a maximum of Six-Way Calling, also known as ad-hoc N-Way Calling.