Check out this video and these help topics to get your Skype for Business meeting up and running quickly.
Schedule a meeting
Use Outlook, Outlook Web App or Web Scheduler to Set up a Skype for Business meeting.
Set up and test audio
Set up and test your audio device before making a call or joining a meeting, learn how to mute/un-mute your audio, and improve audio quality.
Join a meeting
Join your Skype for Business meeting with a computer, laptop, smart phone, tablet, or—if your organization supports it—by calling in from any phone.
Record and play back a Skype for Business meeting
Learn how to record audio, video, instant messaging (IM), screen sharing, PowerPoint slides, whiteboard activity, and polling.
Find a local number
If you’re traveling, click Find a local number in the meeting request to find the numbers available for your current location. See Find a local number for more information.
Personal Identification Number (PIN)
Most of the time, when you use a phone to call into a meeting, you don’t need a PIN. Just the phone number and Conference ID, which you'll find in the meeting invite.
You only need a PIN if:
You’re the meeting leader, and calling in from a cell or home phone.
You’re an attendee, but the meeting is secured and you need to be identified.
Your PIN is originally assigned to you by your company’s support team, but you can Reset your PIN if you don’t remember it.
Note: If you're a Skype for Business Online user, you must request a PIN reset through your administrator. See Reset your PIN for more information.