How to Access our Classes via Webinar.

How to Join Our Webinars

The following is the information you will need to join all Amitabha Foundation webinars. Please check the time of the teachings/webinar against your local time if interstate/overseas.

Join the online meetinghttps://join.freeconferencecall.com/amitabhafoundationau

Access code: 645624# 

1.  Five minutes before the webinar begins, click on the link above (join online meeting).  Or copy and paste to your web browser.

2.  Enter the access code above and your email address (for identification at the meeting)

3. In the pop up control box click on the phone icon and select the second option “speakers and mic” for VOIP

4.  In the pop up control box click on the microphone icon to mute your microphone  un-mute it if you wish to respond to Jane’s request for any questions or comments during the teachings.  After speaking, mute the microphone again. Otherwise, the people in the hall can hear every sound from your household.

5.  Use Chat to type questions by clicking on the chat icon in the control box.

6.  Once you have successfully gained access to the webinar, save the site under Favourites for a quick link without having to find these instructions or remember the access code.

Smart phone access

Instructions for downloading the phone app are here: https://freeconferencecall.com/global/au/support

Problems?

If you have problems connecting, logging out then logging in again seems to solve many difficulties. Otherwise, check the website https://freeconferencecall.com/global/au/support to ensure your platform and browser are supported.

Pre-testing

If you would like to check your ability to connect BEFORE the webinar, please email Carol on cmt59crt@gmail.com or call her on 0419 463 995 to arrange a test time.

 

 

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