Virtual Meeting

Set up a new Group Account in 4 simple steps

Step 1.

Enter your contact details

Enter your contact details to set yourself up as the group administrator who manages a group of users. The email address you provide will be used to activate the account and for important notification emails.

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Step 2.

Create a group login.

Enter the name of the group and a password to be used to login to the account to manage the users and account details. Password should be minimum 5 characters long.

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Step 3.

Create a meeting pin.

The pin allows other users in your group to login to create and manage meetings.

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Step 4.

Create your group members.

Please enter an email address for each user in the group (no more than 50 characters). The email address or user should not be associated with another group on the service. The email addresses will be used to configure endpoint credentials required to register desktop clients or room systems (instructions will be sent to each user on account activation).


Hardware room systems that are not represented by an email address should be added once the account has been activated (using 'Add a member', where the restriction to email format is not applied).

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Your Questions.


What's a group?

A group account can be set up and managed by one administrator, who manages a collection of users. Only one group account is needed to manage the endpoints within the organisation.

What does a group include?

A group is a collection of room systems and software client endpoints within an organisation that frequently communicate with each other in point-to-point calls or multi-point conferences.

What does the group administrator do?

The administrator manages the endpoint and account details and oversees the subscription to the service.

Do the group users need an account?

No. Individual desktop users simply need to download a client and enter the endpoint details provided to them by the administrator.