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Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Jun 14, 2016

Better Conference Calls

If you hate all of the inconveniences of conference calls, especially if you’re on your smartphone or tablet, raise your hand!

My hand is up too and that’s why I’ve been preaching to anyone that will listen to make a chance when it comes to hosting conference calls.

I started using a service called UberConference when I host a conference call because it’s so much better than traditional services.

And no, they have nothing to do with Uber the car sharing service.

No need to type PIN numbers on your smartphone, no more beeping from people joining or exiting the call and no more trying to figure out who’s all is on the call or who’s currently speaking because it’s all on your screen, visually.

As the host, it’s super simple to mute a participants line, like when music starts playing because someone put their line on hold.

You can record the sessions, share your screen and find lots of other great features that will make the calls much more enjoyable for everyone, whether they are using a browser or a mobile device.

The basic 10-person service is free, but if you need more, for $10 a month, you can host up to 100 participants.

Take it for a test drive at