RingCentral has an array of platforms that allow you to communicate via audio call or a video call. Conferencing is mainly an audio-only call with multiple participants via any phone, while RingCentral Meetings allows you to set up an online video conference on your computer. Essentially, these two services share a common conferencing feature but with significant differences. Let us see below what are the main differences between these two:How to AccessFeatures & Limitations
How to Access
Conferencing and RingCentral Meetings are both accessible via the mobile app and desktop app. Conferencing is also accessible via the Online account via Web, while RingCentral Meetings has a stand-alone app. Click on the links provided below for more information.NOTE:
Audio Conferencing is not available for RingCentral Entry editions. See RingCentral Conferencing availability
, to learn more.
Features & Limitations
|Conferencing||Hosts can mute participants, get caller count, record conferences, and more.|
Conferencing Data Sheet
Full Host/participant Conferencing capabilities PLUS:
• Desktop sharing empowers you to hold in-depth training with video presentations and office docs.
• Share presentations, whiteboard, websites, and files from cloud services like Box, Dropbox™, Google Drive™, and OneDrive®.
RingCentral Meetings Data Sheet
RingCentral Meetings System RequirementsRingCentral Meetings OverviewRingCentral Meetings LinksRingCentral Conferencing Frequently Asked Questions