Making Last-Minute Changes to Your Meeting is a Breeze with FreeConference
Whether you need to reschedule a meeting, invite more participants, or cancel a scheduled conference call, you can do it all quickly and easily from your FreeConference account.
Reminder: Your Conference Line is Available 24/7
Did you know that you and your callers can use your conference dial-in information to hold a conference call anytime? Scheduling your conference call or sending invitations through our system is not necessary as your conference line is available at any time. Simply provide callers with your conference dial-in number, access code, and the time you wish for them to call! If you would like to send out a formal conference meeting invitation or edit your scheduled conference details, you can do easily do so using the instructions below:
Cancel / Reschedule a Meeting or Invite Participants
To make any type of changes to an upcoming scheduled meeting:
To send additional automated invitations through FreeConference:
Find the upcoming conference and click the ‘edit’ button as described above.
If not changing the time of the conference, click the ‘next’ button in the lower right-hand corner of the initial pop-up field that appears.
On the second window under ‘Participants’, find the email address of the participant you would like to add if he/she is already listed in your address book or start typing the email address in the ‘To:’ field.
Click the green ‘Add’ button to add new participant to invitation list.
Click through subsequent screens using the ‘Next’ button in the lower right.
At the ‘Summary’ screen, click ‘Schedule’
Once you have hit ‘Schedule’, the new participant(s) will receive an automated email invitation for your conference. Existing participants will not receive a second invitation unless other details have changed such as the subject, date, or time.
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