How to have an awesome conference call with the UberConference web interface

Our first product, UberConference, launched at TechCrunch Disrupt in 2012. We built UberConference to fix all of the broken and outdated aspects of traditional conference calling-- the high cost, annoying PIN numbers, poor quality, and features that are too complicated to figure out. UberConference simplifies the experience and gives you all the tools you need to have a productive online meeting. 

When joining an UberConference, you have the option to join your call from any phone without having to dial a PIN number, or from your Chrome Browser with HD audio. With your UberConference account, you get a personal URL for your own online conference room where you can see who’s there and who’s talking, along with a number of call controls and useful web meeting features. 

Whether you’re already using it or wanting to learn more, this week’s tip roundup brings UberConference into the spotlight with tips on how to make the most of the web interface and have an awesome conference call. 

Call Controls

With UberConference, each conference organizer has the ability to control their conferences with just a click. Easily mute noisy callers or hang them up, lock the call for added security, add people on the fly, and record your calls (you get an MP3 file of the recording at the end of the call!).

Web Meetings

Share your screen or any tab in your browser, share documents, and chat with conference participants right within the UberConference web interface. UberConference is integrated with Dropbox, Box, Evernote, and Google Drive for file sharing.

Social Profiles

UberConference presents each person’s social media profiles (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and G+) to give meetings more context. 

We have a big amount of our UberConference users to thank for jumping on board with the beta just in the first week! Thanks for all of the support, and stay tuned for new and exciting updates! 

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