First, you'll need to choose your audio preference. There are several options for audio, only select one:
If you prefer to call in using your telephone rather than using the computer audio (for instance, if your computer does not have a microphone), you can select the “Call in” or “Call me” options, and you should not call in separately using the phone number option in the meeting.
Mute your microphone in meetings when you are not speaking to avoid distractions or interruptions to the meeting. Do not double mute (muting your phone and your WebEx audio at the same time). Choose one method to make sure you can unmute easily when ready to talk.
If you join the meeting as a public attendee, the meeting host will have to unmute you before you can be heard.
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If you are not attending the meeting via computer, you can call in. However, if you would like to provide public comment or public testimony at a hearing, you must log in to the WebEx meeting on a computer. We cannot guarantee that call-in users will be able to provide public testimony.
To find the call-in number or the link to be able to log in via a computer, visit the County Public Meetings page and find your meeting on the event calendar for the link and all information for that meeting.
Within the WebEx platform, if you’d like to change the size of the screens during a meeting, follow these steps once you’re in the meeting:
To attend the meeting, visit the County Public Meetings page and find your meeting on the event calendar for the link and all information for that meeting.
If your audio connection is causing an echo, try the following:
There are several possible causes of an echo. If you are still having issues after trying the above, see the WebEx Help Center for more tips on solving an echo issue.