Below are resources pertaining to WebEx for Mac users.
WebEx: The Session Window for Mac (PDF)
The session window is where participants interact with the host in a training session. In this window, you may share documents, presentations, and the desktop. You may also chat, use polls, conduct Question and Answer session and more. This self-help document will introduce you to the pieces of the session window. It will also give you an overview of how to use the basic pieces of the session window.
WebEx: Icons in the Participants Panel for Mac (PDF)
The participants panel lists those persons in attendance at a training session. Within this panel, a multitude of icons are available for use. This self-help document will identify each of these icons and their usage.
WebEx: Polling Attendees for Mac (PDF)
In a WebEx training session, one can poll attendees by presenting them with a questionnaire. This tool can be useful in acquiring attendee feedback or testing attendee knowledge. This self-help document will take you through the steps necessary to create, edit, open, share and answer polls.
WebEx: Recording a Session for Mac (PDF)
When you are hosting a WebEx training session, it is possible to record the session for later use. This document will take you through the steps necessary to record, view and share WebEx training sessions.
WebEx: Sharing Resources for Mac (PDF)
During a WebEx session, the host has the ability to share resources with attendees. This document will take you through the process of sharing documents, applications, your computer desktop, whiteboards and web content.
WebEx: Creating a New Test for Mac (PDF)
The Testing feature in WebEx allows the host to create, deliver, manage, score, grade and track each attendee’s performance. You may create and store tests in the Test Library so you can share your tests with other hosts. This self-help document will show you how to create and add a test to a scheduled training session.
WebEx: Breakout Sessions for Mac (PDF)
breakout session is a private content sharing session between two or more participants. You may manually assign attendees to a breakout session or have WebEx automatically assign attendees for you. This self-help document will give you an overview of how to create a breakout session in both manners.
WebEx: Joining a Session for Mac (PDF)
There are two main methods for joining a session in WebEx. The first is using a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). The second is via teleconference using your own telephone. This document will show you how to connect to sessions using both methods.