Lync Meeting Help
These interactive Lync Meeting help topics guide you through the quickest path to the answer you’re looking for, and provide troubleshooting tips if you run into an issue.
Just answer a few quick questions, and zero in on the exact task or scenario appropriate to your situation.
Set up and test your audio device before making a call or joining a meeting, and learn how to mute/un-mute your audio, or improve quality.
Join your meeting with a computer, laptop, smartphone, tablet, or—if your organization supports it—by calling in from any phone.
Learn how to mute/un-mute, share your desktop, record the meeting, manage participants, present PowerPoint, and other meeting management tasks.
Use Outlook, Outlook Web App or Web Scheduler to set up a Lync Meeting.
Personal Identification Number (PIN)
Most of the time you don’t need a PIN when you call into the meeting with a phone. You only need a PIN if:
You’re the meeting organizer, 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.