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Find out more about the supported OS for Blizz
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Learn more about the blizz chat
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Learn more about what is "Trusted Devices" for your Blizz accoun
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Learn more about how to schedule future meetings, recurrent meetings and one time meetings. 
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Have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions prior and after your purchase. 
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Learn how to change the language on the Blizz app and on our sites. 
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Learn more about our licenses.
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Learn more about the blizz options.
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Learn how to activate your Blizz license. 
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Learn more about how you can place an order
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Learn more about where to dial in to a Blizz conference free of charge
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Learn more about how to join a meeting
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Learn more about how Blizz meetings allow you to communicate with other people in various ways. 
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Learn more about how to add contacts in different ways
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Learn more about why you need the Meeting ID
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Learn more about your blizz account 
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In this article you will see the different options for starting a meeting.      Starting a Blizz Meeting sharing your screen Open your Blizz application and click on Meeting and Start Meeting.     The Blizz panel opens with the meeting frame around it. If your screen is being shared, you will see a green frame around it.     If you would like to know more about controlling screen sharing, please visit this article.   Starting a Blizz Meeting as a Video Call Open your Blizz application and go to Meeting and Start Meeting.     To turn your meeting into a Video Call you have two options: Option 1 a) Pause the screen sharing in the upper menu.     You will then see an orange frame around your meeting. This means that your participants are not seeing your screen, only you can see it.      b) Click on the microphone and the webcam icons to start both.     You can enlarge your videos by clicking on the edges to make them larger.     Option 2 a) Navigate to the upper menu and choose the option end sharing on the right.     b) Click on the microphone to unmute it, and on the webcam icon to start your video.        On the Video Call window, you will see your own video and the videos of the participants.     c) If during a video call you need to share your screen spontaneously, click on the Select Screen button in the lower menu and click on Request Screen Sharing.     Starting a Blizz Meeting as a Call 1. Open your Blizz application and click on Meeting and Start Meeting.     2. Navigate to the upper menu and pause your screen sharing if active.     3. Click on the microphone to unmute it.      On the call window, you will see the profile pictures of the participants.       Starting a meeting from the Contact List Use this option if the desired participants are already part of your contact list. If you would like to add a new contact to your Blizz account, please visit this article for instructions.  1. On the navigation bar, click Contacts.     2. Select the desired contact.     Hint: The desired participant should be online. 3. Click on Meeting and wait until the participant accepts.     Inviting participants  You can use this features for participants who do not have a Blizz account or who are offline.  1. In the navigation bar click on the Blizz Options.       2. Go to the Custom Invitation tab. On the dialog there is an Invitation message that you can modify with your meeting information.     3. Click on Test invitation     If you click Open as e-Mail, an e-mail with this text opens in your default mail program, e.g. Outlook.     If you click Copy to Clipboard, you can copy the text to another application.     Hint: I f you select the telephone option, t he dial-in telephone number is displayed on the Blizz panel on the lower left side. From there you can choose the desired country.     
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Learn more about how to change settings for a meeting
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Learn more about the Blizz interation with MS Office
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Learn more about which security mechanisms Blizz does use
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Learn more about the audio feature in Blizz and get some insights into best practices from our developers.
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