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Skype for Business - Call into a Skype for Business meeting on your mobile or other phone
If a request for a Skype for Business meeting includes a dial-in phone number and conference ID, then you can call into the meeting. Calling in is handy if you don't have access to a computer at the meeting time.
- If you aren't using a smartphone or you're not connected to Wi-Fi, you won't be able to see anything that the leader or others may present, but you'll be able to hear and speak.
- If you do have access to a computer or if you're using a mobile device and are connected to Wi-Fi, you can connect to the meeting using Skype for Business with the usual functionality--like the ability to see what others are presenting or the ability to present content yourself (if you have it on your mobile device).
- On your phone, dial the conference number listed in your meeting request
Tip: If you're traveling, click Find a local number in the meeting request to find the numbers available for your current location.
- Enter the Conference ID by using your phone dial pad.
- Enter a PIN and work number or extension only if:
- You're the meeting leader (organizer) and calling from a phone that isn't connected to your account, such as a cell phone.
- You're an attendee of a secured meeting that admits only authenticated callers.
Note: If you don't remember your PIN, in the meeting request, click Forgot your Dial-In PIN, and follow the instructions about resetting your PIN. If you're using Skype for Business online, you must request a PIN reset through your NMSU administrator.
Depending on the Skype for Business meeting settings, you might have to wait to be admitted, or you might get connected automatically.