Steps to Embed into Glisser

Step 1: Create a Jitsi meeting to your Google or Outlook Calendar. The most straightforward way to do this would be to download the Jitsi addon to your browser: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jitsi-meetings/kglhbbefdnlheedjiejgomgmfplipfeb 

Step 2: Schedule your meeting time and copy your Jitsi code in the location tab of the invite (e.g. “InteractiveInjuriesForgetTherefore” from below). No need to invite attendees to the calendar invite – you’ll just need to give them your customisable Glisser URL.

Step 3: Head over to your Glisser account and select Jitsi as your stream provider source. Paste the Jitsi code into theMeeting ID box.

 

Step 4: Now all you have to do is share your Glisser URL (e.g. glsr.live/jt) with your attendees and start the Glisser session by pressing “Present from Start”.

 

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Related FAQs

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