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Quick tip: tell remotes on computers to use earbuds.
Just click a link
The basic idea with Daily.co is you just click on a link to join a video call.
Below, we list different ways to get a meeting link. Just click on your link, to join a video call.
- When anyone clicks a Daily.co meeting link, you'll see our join page.
- To join on a TV, click the purple button, for TV. Then enter the screen code on your TV.
- For your remote guests: it's similar. Copy and send them the meeting link. They open the call link in Chrome. On the join page, they'll click the green button for computers, or the blue button for phone dial-in.
Where to get meeting links
To give you flexibility, there are a few different ways to create meeting links.
- you.daily.co. Sign up at our website, and get a custom URL. Then in your dashboard, create unlimited rooms, like https://you.daily.co/standup or https://you.daliy.co/design-team
- You can get quick instant links in Slack or Google Calendar
- Or, you don't even need a link before you sit down at your TV. In a Chrome tab, type https://tv.daily.co. Follow the instructions on your TV, to get a meeting link off your TV.
- Tell remote guests to use earbuds. This cuts down on echo.
- Tell remote guests with poor Wifi to mute their cam. This preserves bandwidth for audio.
- Make sure your TV is connected via Ethernet. The TV hardware is different from computers.
- Chrome is like any other piece of software. It's better after a refresh. If your remotes are having problems, reload Chrome. As much as we hate to say it, some people have to fully quit and restart Chrome. Your browser simply gets tired after a while, and needs a reboot.
- Every Daily.co meeting link supports 50 people on video, dual screen shares, and free dial-in. There are no seat fees.
- This page explains the difference between custom links and instant links.
- Learn about wireless presentations here.
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