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Joining a Meeting as an Attendee

How multiple users can join a meeting and edit content in real-time.

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Written by Christine Watts
Updated over a week ago

Terms that appear with an asterisk (*) are configurable and may differ from your Ninety. Explore our glossary of terms.

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Attendee View

Attendees will NOT follow the presentation during the meeting when the presenter moves to a new section or opens an item. The attendee view is designed to access a Meeting* simultaneously to see real-time updates individually.

Starting the Meeting

One user will start the Meeting* using the Start Meeting button on the Meetings* page. This user will be the presenter. The presenter is the user that controls the meeting timer and can end the meeting for all users.

How to Join a Meeting as an Attendee

Once the host has started a meeting, attendees can join by following these steps:

  1. On the Meetings* page, select the team holding the meeting.

  2. Live meetings display on the Active Meetings list — select Join Meeting to connect as an attendee.

All Team Members* logged in to Ninety may see a notification about joining the meeting at the bottom of their screen.

What's the Difference Between the Presenter and Attendee(s)?

The presenter's page affects the timer, while attendees can edit content anytime in different meeting sections. Both have full power to create Issues*, convert To-Dos*, or any other action you would take in a meeting. Anyone can now add notes or create Issues* as the rest of the meeting carries on.

See Who's Active in the Meeting

In the top right corner of the Meeting*, thumbnails display for all discussion attendees.

How to leave the Meeting

If you must slip out of a Meeting* as an attendee, click the Leave Meeting button underneath the timer.

Concluding a Meeting

When the meeting presenter hits Conclude, everyone who joined the meeting as an attendee is prompted to move along to the Conclude section of the agenda. From there, everyone can enter their meeting rankings and wrap up.

The presenter controls the meeting for the team, so when the presenter ends the meeting, all attendees receive a notification that the meeting has ended. The presenter sees Finish at the bottom of the screen instead of the Leave Meeting option.

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