Start Collaborating with Webex

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Published September 6, 2018

Webex is available now for collaboration between UB faculty, students and staff. Getting started is easy, and no matter how much time you have or how you like to learn, there are trainings and resources available to help you.

Find the right Webex platform for you

Webex has platforms to host meetings, trainings and events. Each one has different features designed for different needs.

Webex Meetings is the most basic Webex platform, and suitable for most everyday uses like meeting with colleagues, holding online office hours etc. Webex Trainings and Events offer the ability to invite more people (up to 1,000 participants) and offer additional features like audience polling, attendance tracking, moderator panels and more.

The easiest way to learn: try it!

Sending someone a meeting invite is easy, so why not log into ub.webex.com and try it with a colleague or friend? That way you'll know your audio and video settings are working correctly before your first professional meeting.

Watch short videos on demand

A library of short videos designed to demonstrate the basics of collaborating with Webex is available to the UB Community through the end of 2018.

Read the UBIT getting started guides

The UBIT website has information on what you need to get started, what to expect when you first log in, and all the basics of hosting and joining Webex Meetings, Events and Trainings.

Learn step-by-step with Collaboration Help from Cisco

Want to know how to do a specific task using Webex? Cisco's Collaboration Help page has guides for every step in the Webex process, all intuitively organized and easily searchable.

Take advantage of 24/7 support

You're never alone when you're connecting to a Webex meeting. Cisco offers 24/7 support by phone at 1-866-229-3239, and provides resource online at collaborationhelp.cisco.com, so you can be successful with Webex whenever, and wherever.

Questions?

For questions about using Webex at UB, contact the UBIT Help Center, by phone at 716-645-3542 or online at buffalo.edu/ubit/help.