Sending Web Pages
The chair can use the Web Pages tab to direct meeting participants to specific Web pages. For example, the chair might send a Web page to meeting participants so that they can review a new design for the company's Web site. Only the chair can send Web pages.
When the chair sends a Web page, a new browser window containing the Web page appears on each participant's computer screen. The chair does not control this window. Each participant can explore the Web page, go to a different Web page, or close the window without affecting what other participants see during the meeting.
If the chair sends multiple Web pages to the meeting participants, subsequent pages replace each other within the single browser window on participants' screens. Participants receive only one browser window.
Note Once the chair has sent a Web page, any participants who subsequently join the meeting will receive the most recent Web page as soon as they join the meeting.
Follow these steps to send a Web page to the meeting participants:
Note If the Web page you are previewing does not display, you may have to first turn off any pop-up blockers in your browser.
The Web page appears in a new browser window on each participant's computer screen. (The page also appears in a new browser window on the chair's screen.)
Tip To resend a previous Web page, select the address from the list of Web pages. You can send the Web page right away by clicking the Send icon , or you can edit the address first.