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Blizz supports all current versions of Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS for which the manufacturers are providing support for. Windows (requires IE 8.0 and later) Windows 7 and higher Windows Server 2008 and higher Mac OS Mac OS X 10.11 and higher iOS iOS 8 and higher Android Android 4 and higher  
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Learn more about why you need the Meeting ID
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Learn more about how to add contacts in different ways
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Learn more about what is "Trusted Devices" for your Blizz accoun
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Learn more about the Blizz interation with MS Office
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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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To start a meeting, select the type of meeting you want to create. You can either start the meeting using the Meeting area and then add the participants or you can select a contact from the contact list with whom you create a meeting directly. Sharing your screen 1. On the navigation bar, click Meeting. 2. Under Start meeting, click Share screen. The Blizz panel opens. In the Screen sharing widget, you will see the shared content. Starting a video call 1. On the navigation bar, click Meeting. 2. Under Start meeting, click Video call. Starting a meeting The Spontaneous video call window and Blizz panel open. On the window, you will see your own video image and the images of the other participants. Starting a call 1. On the navigation bar, click Meeting. 2. Under Start meeting, click Call. 3. The Spontaneous call window and Blizz panel open. Starting a meeting from the contact list 1. On the navigation bar, click Contacts. 2. Select one of the desired participants. 3. Click on the right on the type of meeting that you want to start. Inviting participants Prerequisite: you have started a meeting. 1. On the Blizz panel, open the Participants widget. 2. Click the invite icon . A contact list opens. 3. Invite the participants in one of the following ways: Select a contact whom you would like to invite from the list. The contact receives an invitation message that he must confirm. Click on the Via e-mail or telephone bar. The Invite participants dialog opens. On the dialog is an invitation text with a link, the meeting ID, the dial-in number, and the password if necessary. Select how the text should be used with the buttons: If you click Open 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 program using the clipboard and use it there for the invitation. Forward the data another way. The participants need the following information: meeting ID, telephone number (optional), and password (if assigned for the meeting; only for planned meetings). Hint: The dial-in telephone number is displayed on the Blizz panel on the Audio widget if you select the Telephone option.
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Learn more about how to receive your license
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Learn more about how to change settings for a meeting
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Learn more about which security mechanisms Blizz does use
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Learn more about the blizz options/ settings.
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Learn more about how you can place an order
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Learn more about the blizz chat
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Learn more about your blizz account 
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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 schedule a meeting
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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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