This article is about how to use ezTalks Meetings as a new user in different cases.

Case One: Start an instant meeting

Step 1  Sign in your ezTalks account and click on Host a meeting from the user center page. It will ask you to download the app at the very first time.  Learn how to start a meeting.

Step 2  After you start an instant meeting, you can invite your participants to join your meeting in different ways:

  • Tell them the 8-digit Meeting ID
  • Invite your contacts
  • Send your meeting link to them
  • Send them an invitation email through you own email or the ezTalks system

You can choose any of the above ways to invite your attendees. Please check the gif as below. Or learn how to invite attendees in details.

Case Two  Schedule a future meeting

Step 1  Sign in to your ezTalks account and click on Meetings- Schedule a meeting:

Step 2  Invite your attendees. Learn different ways to invite participants.

Step 3  Start the meeting at scheduled time. You can start the scheduled meeting from the user center page or from the ezTalks app. Learn how to find your scheduled meeting.

Case Three  Add your contacts and start a video call with your contacts

Step 1  Sign in your ezTalks account and add your contacts first. There are different ways to add contacts:

  • Manually input the email address
  • Import your contacts from your Google account
  • Import your contacts from your Outlook account

Step 2  After you add contact, you can directly start a video call with your contact:

Case Four  Download the ezTalks app to use it more easily

The cases above are about how to use ezTalks from the user center website. Alternatively, you can download the ezTalks app to schedule a future meeting, start an instant meeting, and invite attendees, which is more convenient.

Learn how to use the ezTalks app on different devices.


Demo Videos:

Here is a demo video of how to use ezTalks:

Also here is a video about what features you can use with ezTalks:

Related articles about how to use ezTalks in details:

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