You can activate two videoconferencing services on Talkspirit:

  • the videoconferencing service Red,

  • the videoconferencing service Blue.

You can activate either of these services, depending on the aim of your communication.


What are the possibilities with the Red videoconferencing service?

Preview of a videoconference meeting with Red

Choose a background

To select a default background, select the 3 dots then the option Select a background.

You then have the possibility to choose:

  • a background among those that are already available,

  • a share of your screen,

  • or a photo of your choice.

Chat through the videoconference chat channel

The chat channel can be used to share links, or notes in the meeting, without having to intervene orally.

Share a poll in the videoconference chat

You can start a poll in the videoconference chat. All users, whether they're members or guests, whether they have an account on Talkspirit or not, can create a poll in the chat.

To do so, you just have to go to the chat menu and choose the Polls tab. You can then create a poll.

You must then fill in your question and the different options you want to submit.

Share one’s screen

You can present a document or other key elements to properly understand the meeting, through the Share screen function.

Choose the quality of your screen sharing

You can choose the quality of your screen sharing. You can display the screen sharing at:

  • 5 frames/second (lowest quality),

  • 15 frames/second (medium quality),

  • 30 frames/second (high quality).

Depending on the actions you want to share, you can choose how fast you want your screen sharing to run. By default, the screen sharing is done at 5 frames per second.

Raise/lower your hand

You have the option of raising your hand to highlight the need to speak. This allows the interlocutor to complete the presentation before taking on questions.

Share your reactions with emoticons

No need to share a chat message to share your enthusiasm. Do it with emoticons.

To do so, simply click on the chevron linked to the Raise your hand option and select the emoticon of your choice. This emoticon will then appear between the different windows and will be displayed for all participants in the exchanges.

NB: the action of sharing an emoticon will generate a message in the videoconference chat.

Mute the microphone of all participants

To avoid background noise during a presentation, you can mute all guest microphones and speak again at the end of the presentation.

Contact statistics

You can access the speaking times of each interlocutor during the videoconference.

Add a password.

To limit the videoconference room to guests only, you can protect it by adding a password.

To do so, simply click on the information icon and then select Add a password to protect access to the videoconference room. Once in place, the participants need to enter this password to join the call.


What are the possibilities with the Blue videoconferencing service?

Join the videoconference via phone

If you do not have a computer, you can join the videoconference via your mobile.

To do so, a participant in the videoconference room must share a telephone number and an access code with you. This information will be available through the videoconference room, by selecting the Call-in icon.

You will then need to call the number which has been indicated and enter the access code to connect to the related videoconference room.

Chat from the videoconferencing room's chat channel

You can use the chat, to share links, or notes during the meeting, without having to speak.

Share your screen

You can share your screen to present a document or other key elements to help understand the meeting.

Note: if you want to share the changes you make on a document instantly, you will then need to share your screen so that the videoconference participants can keep up with these changes, in real time.

You will be able to share these changes by choosing the Share a file option.


Associated keywords

Service, videoconference, chat, event, public link.

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