Easier Conference Calls With ‘Talk’ by AnyMeeting

March 17, 2015

10:00 am

AnyMeeting is a communication startup that offers free web conferencing tools for online meetings and general conferencing needs. More recently, though, it has reached a new niche with the release of Talk: a free and simple to use service that allows the creation of conference calls with an extreme ease.

Currently, conference calls can be a bit hard to get going, as it can be difficult to get everyone on the same page. Carriers that offer conferencing services often will limit the number of participants allowed on each conference call.

Talk is really very easy to use – for starters, it does not require any registration whatsoever, by any of the members involved in the conference call. It just requires one of them to send an email, from any email account, to each and every participant in the call, as well as Talk’s email: [email protected].

In fact, Talk is so easy to use that it also works with any calendar app or service allowing the invitation of other users, using the same method. Anyone can use Talk, as no registration is required. If privacy is a concern, know that your contact emails are never shared with others.

When a user is invited, they receive an email with this message:


With this, they just have to dial the number presented on that email and use the PIN shared in the email. Smartphone users can directly click the green button in order to launch the respective app right away and easily make the call.

AnyMeeting provides premium plans, both for their mobile and online conference services, which noticeably improves both services by raising almost all their limitations. Despite this fact, Talk’s free plan is enough for most people, providing a smooth experience for conference calls.

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25 y/o, born and living in Portugal. Majored in Biology, but tech and computers were always a passion. Wrote for sites like Windows.Appstorm and MakeTechEasier.

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