Which side of the conversation are you referring to?
How many people will be in the room?
What will folks in the room be sharing with the remote user?
What will the remote user be sharing with folks in the room?
We do this with Zoom and Google Meet (neé Hangouts). I haven't used Skype
in a while, but I can't imagine that it would be a problem as long as
someone in the room has a Skype account.
If the panel is presenting to a bigger group, what kind of AV do you have?
On Mon, Feb 3, 2020 at 2:05 PM charles meyer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi my esteemed mates,
> Sorry for peppering questions but hopefully they help others on the list.
> Our tech guy is gone so we're having to find solutions on our own.
> I haven't Skyped since Microsoft bought them.
> I need to Skype in a speaker for a panel I've created.
> I would so appreciate your thoughts/suggestions re: all the equipment/tech
> needed, especially since we have to be really budget-minded (a cheaply a
> WiFi + webcam + headphone with built-in mic + laptop + anything else?
> Thank you so much.
The Cherry Hill Company