Learn About Conference Calling

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Do you need an app for conference calls?

Conference calls have become a staple of the business world. There’s a good chance you’re participating in one almost every day of your professional life. And if you’re not, maybe you should be. In fact, even outside of the business world, group phone calls have lots of amazing uses. A lot of people think that to get the most out of this potent telecommunications tool, they need to have an accompanying app on their mobile. But do we really need an app for conference calls?

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Gabi JamesDo you need an app for conference calls?
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Are free conference calls really free? What’s the catch?

Most of us were brought up to believe there’s no such thing as a free lunch. There’s doubtless a lot of wisdom in this proverb. So naturally, people hear about free teleconferences and think no way are free conference calls really free. Given how useful conference calling is for businesses, and for a whole world of fields and projects outside business, it’s hard to believe anybody would provide it for free. But that’s a grave mistake: genuinely free conference calls really are possible.

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Gabi JamesAre free conference calls really free? What’s the catch?
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Conference calls a waste of time? Not with these simple tips…

Most people admit teleconferencing is a hugely valuable tool. Conference calls have great benefits for businesses, but they’ve also been put to all sorts of amazing uses outside the business world. Having such ubiquity and popularity, how could anyone consider conference calls a waste of time? Group phone calls have many potential applications for anyone who likes to speak to more than one person at a time. NHS conference calls have saved our health service millions, allowing the money to be better spent on treating illnesses. Teleconferencing’s beneficent potential has also shown itself in conference calls for charities and non-profits, and groups like BIBBA have used audio meetings in their mission to save the bees – and the world.

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Gabi JamesConference calls a waste of time? Not with these simple tips…
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Extinction Rebellion: Crisis identified, solutions ignored?

Over the past couple of months, we have surely all heard of the movement which has recently surged up like the mammoth tidal waves it warns about. Extinction Rebellion is a group which is refusing to let us ignore the environmental crisis at hand. Through often headline-grabbing and city-shutting protests, they have certainly helped to amplify the cry for serious attention and change. But few amongst us could claim not to have known about the crisis Extinction Rebellion is so desperately urging us to address. So what makes Extinction Rebellion so distinctive? And what could we be doing to avert the impending doom which our environmental irresponsibility spells?

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Gabi JamesExtinction Rebellion: Crisis identified, solutions ignored?
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How to create a charity website: the ultimate guide

If you don’t already have one, it’s probably time for you to create a charity website. Over recent years, we’ve been hearing time and time again how organisations need to embrace technology to stay in the game. It’s really difficult to really flourish in any industry without making use of the digital resources available. At the end of the day, it means that you’re able to reach much fewer potential customers than your competitors, making it easy for them to edge you out. Even the people who do find ways of interacting with your organisation will find it much less convenient and easy to do so. When we’re all used to being able to browse a website at leisure, even make purchases with one click, having to pick up the phone can feel positively arduous.

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Gabi JamesHow to create a charity website: the ultimate guide
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Conference call phones reviewed: What to look for when buying

We all know teleconferencing is a great business tool. But for some people, making the most of it can mean investing in a bit of hardware – specifically, a conference call phone. And given the fact that there are so many uses for conference calls outside of business and telecommunications, not everybody in the market for a conference call phone is an expert in these matters. After all, teachers and tutors, musicians, even medical staff and non-profit staff, might not keep up with the latest trends in telecommunication technology. That’s why we’ve put together a little guide on how to choose the right conference call phone for you.

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Gabi JamesConference call phones reviewed: What to look for when buying
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Conference calls for charities and non-profits: A vital tool

For any organisation to run smoothly and successfully, collaboration is crucial. And the key to collaboration is communication. If you’re working for a charity or non-profit, you know how important teamwork is to getting anything done, and if some people aren’t sure of what’s going on, or what’s expected of them, chaos tends to ensue. Without maintaining open and easy communication, you’re in for a stressful, frustrating and unproductive ride. But with more and more people embracing flexible and remote work, it’s not always as simple as tapping somebody on the shoulder or having an impromptu meeting. That’s why conference calls for charities are an invaluable tool which the sector should ensure is part of their day-to-day running.

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Gabi JamesConference calls for charities and non-profits: A vital tool
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Embracing technology in the charity sector – adapt and flourish

There’s no getting around the fact that we’re living in a digital age. No sector or organisation is excepted, and none can afford to ignore modern developments. Yet sadly, one field where technology stands to make a world of difference is struggling to keep up: there is an unfortunate lack of technology in the charity sector. Non-profit organisations appear to have a difficult time adopting and implementing new technologies, even though they (and the causes they help) could gain so much.

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Gabi JamesEmbracing technology in the charity sector – adapt and flourish
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Easily schedule conference calls in your calendar software: A quick guide

Conference calls have so many uses that you’re probably taking part in one nearly every day. In fact, you probably have several different teleconferences on the go for different people and purposes. But with WHYPAY?, keeping on top of your teleconferencing commitments is simple and easy. You can easily schedule conference calls in your calendar, and guarantee you’re available and ready whenever a virtual meeting comes up.

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Gabi JamesEasily schedule conference calls in your calendar software: A quick guide
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How to conference call on an iPhone, Android or Windows mobile

Conference calls or ‘group phone calls’ can be set up very easily from any type of phone, including iPhone, Android and Windows mobile phones.

Considering the many different uses of group phone calls, and one of the benefits of teleconferences being the ability to work remotely and communicate on the go, being able to make conference calls from a mobile is important.

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Gabi JamesHow to conference call on an iPhone, Android or Windows mobile