In virtual life, it's much too easy to get distracted on the computer and forget to join a meeting. After all, who wants to sit around for the extra 10 minutes before a meeting waiting to join the meeting? With LinkJoin, all your meetings will automatically open at the right time, so you'll never be late again.
Taking notes during a meeting is always a struggle - where do you take them? Where are the notes from the previous meeting? How do you keep track of which notes go to which meeting? Luckily, LinkJoin is here to help. You can take notes on each individual meeting right in LinkJoin, so keeping track of them is a breeze.
Without LinkJoin, sending a meeting link guarantees only one thing: your guests will have the link. But what it doesn't guarantee is that they'll remember to join the meeting. That's why LinkJoin offers built-in, pre-scheduled link sharing, so you can offer your guests the courtesy of never being late again.
Getting distracted at the computer is certainly a problem, but another concern to keep in mind is getting distracted away from the computer. But one thing that you almost always have, regardless of what you're doing, is your phone. That's why LinkJoin sends text reminders to get you to your computer at the right time.
One of the primary benefits of LinkJoin is the ability to store all of your meeting links in one central location, but you can actually expand on that further. To make links as easy as possible to find, you can choose to have them sorted in 3 different ways - by day (Monday-Sunday), time (12am-11pm), or both at once!
Too many great products and services are locked to just one kind of person. LinkJoin is useful for everyone. Because it isn't locked to any one meeting software, it works for everyone all of the time. Regardless of whether you're a student, professional, or anything else, LinkJoin will take any meetings you can throw at it.
Here are some of the most asked ones:
Will my meeting open if I'm not at my computer?
Why are my meetings not opening?
How do I enable pop-ups in Google Chrome?
Settings, and navigate to the privacy and security tab. Select
Site settings, scroll down, and click on
Pop-ups and redirects. At the top, select
Sites can send pop-ups and use redirects, and you're all good to go!
How do I enable popups in FireFox?
Preferences. Navigate to the
Privacy & Securitytab, and scroll down to the permissions section. Uncheck the box labeled
Block pop-up windows, and you're all set!
How do I enable popups in Safari?
Websitestab at the top, and scroll down to the
Pop-up windowssection on the left at the very bottom. Select it, and change the select menu titled
When visiting other websiteson the bottom right to
Allow. Then, you're all set!
Does LinkJoin work on mobile?
notautomatically open on mobile. However, your links are still fully accessible, and just need to be clicked to open the meeting.