Need to check your system out before presenting at a live event but don’t have anyone to test with?
Test Your Connection
Click this link: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/join/406552062
You should see the”Waiting for Organizer” message like the one below. If so, you should have no problem joining your live session.
Simply close the “Waiting for Organizer” dialog to exit the test session.
Test Your System VoIP Audio
Now that we know you can connect, you can test your system audio. For our managed events, we recommend that panelists use a telephone connection as their first option and use VoIP as a back-up option. We will test your telephone connection when we logon to the panelist session, but let’s go ahead and confirm that you can use VoIP now.
- Right-click the daisy icon in the system tray and select Preferences.
- Select Audio in the left navigation.
- Configure and test your audio as follows:
- Use the drop-down menus to select which devices to use for microphone and speakers. If you do not see the device you’re looking for, ensure that it is properly plugged into your computer.
- If they are working as expected, you’ll see the Mic meter and Speakers meter light up in green. If you do not see that happen, try selecting a different device.
- If needed, click Play Sound to play a noise to test your speakers setup.
- Click OK when finished. GoToMeeting will remember your selection (unless the selected device is disconnected before the next session).
If you are having problems configuring audio, click the ‘Need Additional Help? link on the lower right of the window.
For complete instructions, including how to test your connection and audio during a live session, visit this GoToWebinar help page.
Panelists for Coreography Managed Webinar
If you are a panelist for a Coreography Managed Webinar, we are happy to test directly with you before your event. The advantage to testing with us live is that we can check the quality of both your system VoIP audio and your telephone audio, review the presentation flow, and answer any logistical questions you have about the live broadcast.