Stay At Home And Free, Global Conference & Video Calling

Stay At Home And Free, Global Conference & Video Calling

Online communications and meetings essential parts of working on a project or assignment at work and school.

Under these pandemic enforced stay at home circumstances where we are reinventing how we work and live, there are several ways we can have our meetings and group work efficiently and with no costs. Use this guide to set up video conferencing with FREE apps that you already have access to and use.

WhatsApp: How To Make A Group Call And Video Call On WhatsApp

  1. Open up your WhatsApp and click on a conversation
  2. Tap on the video camera icon at the top right of the conversation window to have a video call with that contact
  3. Then to add more people to your conversation click on the + icon on the screen and select multiple contacts to connect to a group call. 
  4. Click on who you want to add and wait for them to accept the call. 

Skype: How To Make A Group Call And Video Call On Skype

  1. Open up your Skype and click on a contact. This will show the Conversation panel at the center of the application’s window where you can type in your message and chat with that person.
  2. Click the plus (+) icon the upper left-hand area of the Conversation panel and choose “Add People” from the drop-down list to open the “Add People” sub-window.
  3. Pick out the names of the people you’d like to include in the group video call from the left-hand panel of the Add People sub-window and click the “Select” button right at the bottom to move these names to the right panel.
  4. Once you’ve chosen all the people you want to participate in the group video call, click the “Add” button on the lower right corner of the Add People sub-window to complete your selection.
  5. Click the “Call” button at the top of the Conversation panel to begin the group video call

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