At Arkadin, we are always here to help.
Please find answers to frequently asked questions about Arkadin collaboration services. If you have a question not answered here, please contact us.
At Arkadin, we are always here to help.
We discourage the practice of sharing accounts for a few reasons. Charges may be incorrectly allocated to you when you did not use the service. Also, multiple hosts may schedule separate calls at the same time using the same account details which will cause confusion and wasted time. If other colleagues need conferencing services, we would recommend that they obtain their own account. There is no extra charge for setting up additional users.
Yes, you can call your toll access number or we also provide a list of international toll-free access numbers or geographic numbers that you can call while abroad.
Also known as phone conferencing or teleconferencing, audio conferencing allows multiple people, from any geographic location, to speak with each other on one telephone call.
Yes, you can just dial in normally.
Your audio conference services are provided by Arkadin, a well established and reliable global audio and web conferencing provider.
Your Arkadin Account Manager or the Arkadin Customer Service team will be happy to provide you with additional training. Contact us at 1-866-922-9566 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To conduct an audio conference all you have to do is pick up the phone and dial in, using the telephone number and PIN code that you have been provided. You can dial in from any telephone, mobile or audio conferencing unit at any time, anywhere in the world. Arkadin’s conferencing services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
No, with Arkadin Anytime, you never need to pre-book your conference calls. Once your account has been created, simply invite your participants to the meeting and provide your access number, participant PIN code, and the date and time of your call.
Simply call your toll-free or toll access number and enter your moderator or participant PIN code.
The main difference between being a moderator (logging in with a moderator PIN) and being a regular attendee (participant PIN) is the different functions you can access within the conference.
Regular attendees can:
Further details on service features are available in the Arkadin Anytime User Guide.
Yes, although there is a small charge made for this equivalent to another person joining the conference. Only a moderator (dialed in with a moderator PIN) can record a call. You can also dial *0 during your call for customer service assistance. Full details on how to record and playback a previously recorded conference can be found in the Arkadin Anytime User Guide.
The system keeps the last 15 recordings that have been made for your conference for 30 days. If a 16th recording is made, the oldest previous recording will be deleted.
The moderator can ‘Lock’ an audio conference. This means that other individuals will not be able to join. Full details on how to lock a conference can be found in the Arkadin Anytime User Guide.
Yes, but only if you are the moderator. Full details on how to mute all participant lines can be found in the Arkadin Anytime User Guide.
By using Arkadin’s mute feature you will be sure to block out any background noise, static or possible “hold music” that comes from your line.
If you are in your conference, press (*0) to speak to a customer service operator. If you are not in your conference, contact Arkadin’s Customer Service team at 1-866-922-9566 or email email@example.com.
Go to www.anywhereconference.com to launch Arkadin Vision. Once there, enter your Web Login and Moderator Pin. Bookmark the URL within your browser to avoid having to enter it each time you want to join your meeting room. You can also join a pre-scheduled meeting using the Outlook plugin and select the link in the meeting invite “Click here to access the meeting”.
Your credentials have been sent within a Welcome Email with the subject line “Your Arkadin Collaboration personal details. SAVE this email!”. You will find there your Web Login and your Moderator Pin necessary to start a meeting. The Participant Pin is also listed in the email. Remember to select “Remember me on this computer” when logging in to the meeting to avoid having to re-enter your credentials each time.
Go to the audio control panel on your computer, make sure your speakerphone is correctly enabled in the list of Playback devices, and then check the list of Recording devices to ensure your microphone is also enabled there.
I have checked my microphone is enabled from the audio control panel but I still can’t be heard by the participants. From the URL box of your Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browser, make sure you allowed the browser to access your microphone. Go to the Media settings to define permission per device.