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eMeeting - help

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** What is a *"Description"*? "Description" makes reference to the comments that each host user note on each created eMeeting. It is very useful to describe the content of the eMeeting.
** What is a *"Nick Name"*? "Nick Name" is the alternative name that each user can show on each eMeeting.
** What is *"Permission"*? "Permission" field adjusts each eMeeting’s permissions. You can choose public, shared or private. It offers different ways to access the eMeeting. It is more described on the section public eMeeting or private eMeeting.

* h4. About users:
* h4. Start:
** Below there is a picture of the application start window indicating where the eMeeting creation button is. !NoeMeetings.png|width=600,height=408!
** In order to create a new eMeeting press the button \+eMeetings located on the right top of the screen and a form with the required fields for the eMeeting creation will be displayed: title and user nick name, public, shared or private option and an optional description. Finally, press Create button.
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* h4. eMeetings List:
** Created eMeetings or those eMeeting of which you have been invited will be listed on the main user page. You can see the title, the description and different URLs to invite more users depending on whether the eMeeting is public, shared or private.
** \+Invite DigiMar Partners button allows inviting users from DigiMar database to your eMeeting.
** Clicking on the Join button located on the right of the title of the eMeeting, you can access the eMeeting and start the multivideoconference.

* h4. Links to invite users to eMeetings:
** eMeeting public, shared or private option provides different URL with different privileges for users that you want to invite to your eMeetings.
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!eMeetings.png|width=596,height=555!\**\* *** h6. Public eMeeting:
**** Users invited from this type of eMeeting URL will have presenter privileges when a host is in the meeting. Any external user (from DigiMar) has access to the eMeeting, being accessible from a simple URL: {nolink:http://emeetings.campusdomar.es/room/}"eMeeting name".
*** h6. Private eMeeting:
**** Here there are two types of URL: Presenter Access, which offers access to all type of users (DigiMar external and internal) with presenter privileges and Limited Access which offers limited privileges, since users will access the eMeeting as participants.
**** This room is not accessible from the URL: {nolink:http://emeetings.campusdomar.es/room/}"eMeeting name" unlike public eMeetings.
**** Available URLs in the private eMeetings can be regenerated as many times as is needed. This allows avoiding URL-invited users to access the eMeeting with the old URL. New generated URLs must be sent to all participants, even those invited with the old URLs since this old URLs will be totally eliminated from the system. This option is not reversible, so old URLs cannot be restored since the moment in which you accept the action of creating new URLs.
*** h6. Shared eMeeting:
**** Users invited from this type of eMeeting URL will have presenter privileges just entering in the meeting, this will be independent of a host can be in the room. In this way the users can share camera and audio without there will be a host in the meeting.
** h4. Link Icons:
*** Close to the links appear several icons which allow making actions about eMeetings.
*** This option offers the possibility of changing the name with which you appear on the eMeeting.
* h4. Information about the eMeeting:
** Close to the buttons there is basic information about the eMeeting: creation data, eMeeting type (public, shared or private) and
the number of participants from DigiMar who will have access to the eMeeting.