Virtual Meeting Resources
Video Options for - Smartphone, Tablet, Laptop or Desktop (with camera & Mic)
If you have the Zoom app on a device because you've been connecting with any of our Zoom calls the only thing that you need to do is sign up for a free account. It gives you 40 minutes of Zoom time for up to 100 people. Do you want longer I bet it's a paid account check their website for information.
Google Meet (formerly called Google Hangouts)
Everyone who has a Gmail account has Google Meet. You can schedule a virtual meeting directly from your Google calendar or you can open a meeting up from Gmail at the very bottom of the list of folders and things on your left side of your screen at the very bottom and start a meeting. You can start or schedule a meeting from http://meet.google.com
Is an application from Google for video calling that allows a call of up to 12 people. There are versions of Duo for both iPhones and Android phones. It's free I use it a lot. You can download it from Google Play for Android and the Apple App Store for IOS. It also works on tablets.
This is a relatively new feature in Facebook. It allows you to create a room that can be private or public. You use it just like you would create a post but if your device is one that has a camera and a mic like a smartphone or tablet when you go to create a post one of the options is create a room. You can schedule a meeting and invite people who are not on Facebook via a link.
Audio Only - All you need is a phone
Most phones can create a three way call without anything else needed.
FreeConferenceCall - https://www.freeconferencecall.com