REQUIREMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
The One to One videoconference meetings take place on the web platform. You will need a computer with camera and microphone.
We recommend you use Google Chrome to access the web platform and hold the videoconference meetings, particularly if you want to share screens with other users. With other browsers, depending on the version, this may not be possible.
On the day of the event, the “Join meeting” button will appear on the confirmed meetings. This button will be active, although each video call can only be started within 2 minutes before the start time/date. If you arrive late for the meeting, you can still start it during the time slot allocated for the meeting.
WE RECOMMEND you select the “Floating window” option. That way, the meeting will start on a larger screen, which is better for sharing or viewing presentations.
If you start with a floating screen, you will see a screen similar to that described below. You will have to give permission to access the camera and the microphone and then you can start the meeting by clicking on the “JOIN” button.
If you do not select the floating window option, the video call will start immediately underneath the appointment. The meeting’s remaining time is displayed at all times.
Once the video call has started, you will see a share screen button on the side menu.
If you click on this button, you can choose between sharing the entire screen or just a specific document.
We recommend you share the whole screen, although you can also choose a particular window.
Once the time allocated for the video call has expired, it will close automatically so that you can go to the next meeting.