2 Table of Contents Registration 3 Downloading & Running the Application 4 Start a Session 5 Join a Session 6 Features 7 Participant List 7 Switch Presenter 8 Remote Control 8 Chat 10 Back Monitor 10 File Transfer 11 Settings 12 Pause Transmission 13 Recording 13 Lock a Session 14 End a session 14 Scheduler 15 Profile Manager 18 Account Information 21 Settings 22 HTML Viewer 23 Automatic Reconnect 23 MyAccount 23 Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 2 of 24
3 Registration Mikogo is an easy-to-use software application that provides a fast solution for sharing your computer screen with others live over the Web. Participants do not have to register in order to join your Mikogo session. You can organize Mikogo sessions without a registered account. However, note that with the nonregistered version the features Scheduler, MyAccount and Profile Manager are not available. Therefore, organizers can choose to either start sessions with an account or without. Participants never have to register an account in order to join a Mikogo session. Without User Account Start Session Join Session Account Information Settings To register please go to click on Register (at the top of the website) and complete the registration form. Entering user details is only required if you wish to start a session with extended features and to login to the MyAccount section. With User Account Start Session Join Session Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 3 of 24
4 Scheduler Profile Manager Account Information Settings Downloading & Running the Application The Linux application can be downloaded from: Once you have saved the mikogo.tar.gz Linux file to your computer, right-click the downloaded file and extract it. The Mikogo application will then appear. Double-click on the application icon to start Mikogo. The application will launch, a Mikogo M icon will appear in the Taskbar, and the Mikogo Panel will appear. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 4 of 24
5 Start a Session Follow the steps above to open the Mikogo application on your computer. Please click on the start button and select Start Session. Once the session has started, the Participant List will open this is where you will get the Session ID, the Login Link for participants, as well as the Session Password (if you set a Session Password). Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 5 of 24
6 In the Participant List you can see how many participants have joined your session. There are also multiple features that you can access from the Participant List further details about these features on pages 7-9 below. For security reasons the session ends automatically if no participants join within 15 minutes after you start a session. Join a Session To join a session from a Linux computer, participants are advised to download the Mikogo Linux application from and follow the instructions under Downloading & Running the Application (on page 4 above). When they have opened the Mikogo Panel, they can click on the Join button and the session ID from the session organizer, and click on Join Session., enter their name If the participant wishes to join the session without downloading the Mikogo software, they can join a session using the HTML Viewer an even easier way to join a presentation via a website, No download is required to join a session via the HTML Viewer. ActiveX, Java, and Flash are not required. Another benefit is that the new HTML viewer works seamlessly with PC, Mac and Linux computers because it allows you to join a session from a web browser, including a web browser on a mobile device or mobile phone. More info on page 23. Ask your participants to go to and enter the session ID as well as their name and click on Join Session. If you password-protected your session, your participants will also be asked to provide a Session Password. After they have entered the required details, your participants will join your Mikogo session. Alternatively, you can invite your participants by or you can copy and send the session link via instant message. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 6 of 24
7 Features During a session the following window is displayed on your screen as long as you do not minimize it. Participant List By clicking the button the participant list drawer will open below containing the session details. Here you can see who the presenter is and who has remote control which can be changed via the drop-down menus (note the black arrows above). You can also change your status and identifying color by clicking on the drop-down list buttons next to the participants names. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 7 of 24
8 Switch Presenter By opening the drop-down list at the two black arrows ( over remote control. ) you can change the presenter or hand To the right of the current presenter s name, there is an arrow for a drop-down menu. By clicking on this arrow, you will see a list of the current participants and can then choose who you want to hand over the presenting rights to. The participant who you choose is now asked if they are willing to show their screen - only when this has been accepted by the participant will you and the other participants be able to see their screen. The organizer of the session can re-claim the presenting rights at any given time or make someone else the presenter. Mikogo will also show your current role by changing the color of the M icon in the taskbar on your screen: red means that you are the presenter and green means that you are watching the screen of someone else. Remote Control During a session you can hand over remote keyboard and mouse control of your own computer or you can request remote control of the computer of a participant. To take remote control of a participant s computer, that participant would need to be the presenter and would need to give explicit consent that they allow you to control their computer this is for security reasons. As the organizer of a session you can then gain control by selecting your own name. To give remote control over your own computer to a participant please click on the drop-down arrow under the title of Control then select the participant who should take control of your computer. This participant then has the rights to control your computer with their own mouse and keyboard. Please don t use your own mouse and keyboard while a participant has remote control of your computer as you share the rights with them. To deactivate someone from remote controlling your computer, click on the drop-down list and select your own name or use the shortcut key: Ctrl + F12 Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 8 of 24
9 In the Participant List, the presenter has a drop-down list associated with their name. By opening this drop-down list, the presenter can select different identifying colors, emoticons (for a change of status), they can rename themselves as well as the participants, send a URL to the participants, or disconnect them from a session. You can invite more participants via the icon. You can either copy the Session Information, or only copy the Session ID and send an invitation via . Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 9 of 24
10 Chat You can send all or selected participants messages through the Mikogo Chat. The name of the participant appears in the selected identifying color of this participant Via the Settings button (black arrow) it is possible to disable the group chat so the participants cannot chat with each other but only with the organizer of the session. Back Monitor The Back Monitor shows you a preview window of exactly what your participants can see from your screen. This way you can be sure that the participants are seeing what you would like them to see. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 10 of 24
11 File Transfer You can transfer Files to your participants during a session. Click on the drawer will open underneath. icon. The File Transfer Upon clicking Add, a new window will open where you can select the file(s) you want to transfer to your participants. You can either send the file(s) to all or selected participants. Just remove the tick from the box in front of the participant s name and he/she won t receive the file(s). After you have sent the file, all recipients obtain the notification that they shall receive a file. Every participant can then decide where the file should be saved or if the file transfer should be refused. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 11 of 24
12 Settings During a session you can set the following Settings, such as: Language, Picture Quality and Presenter Scale. You can decide if you want to activate the Instant screen build-up (shows changes first and is optimized for remote support, not recommended for presentations), show the balloon help tips to the left of the user panel or if a connection log should be saved (only for support purposes). In the Feature tab (grey arrow) you can decide who is able to use which features (also see Profile Manager on page 18): Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 12 of 24
13 Pause Transmission Via the Pause Transmission feature (black arrow) you can pause the transmission of your screen in order to browse through confidential files or applications. During this time, your participants are unable to see any changes that take place on your screen. To continue the transmission, click on the icon and the live screen sharing will resume. Recording You can record and save your entire Mikogo session. To start recording, click on the icon and select a location for your saved recording. From this point onwards, the session will be recorded. A red dot in the recording symbol can always end and save it. shows that the recording has started. During the recording you The recordings are saved in the Mikogo audit compliant proprietary BS4 format. By default the location of a saved recording is the same location as where you started the Mikogo Linux application from. In many cases this would be /home/[your username]/desktop/mikogo 4.5 You can playback any recorded session using the Mikogo Session Player for Linux available free of charge from the Mikogo website: Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 13 of 24
14 Lock a Session You can lock a session, to prevent others from joining your session. As a result, even an unauthorized user who came to know the session ID will not be able to join your session. In order to lock a session, click on the icon. The icon will change to a closed lock to indicate that the session is now locked. In the same manner, you can also unlock the session by just clicking on the icon again. End a session To end a session, please click on the red button in the top-left corner (black arrow). Your participants will receive a notification that the session has ended. You can also disconnect individual participants (see participant list). When you disconnect individual participants, the session will remain active and only the connection to the selected participants is disconnected. Please consider that those participants can always reconnect with your session, as the session ID is still valid. To prevent disconnected participants from reconnecting, please lock your session (grey arrow) before disconnecting the participants. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 14 of 24
15 Scheduler With the Scheduler you have the possibility to plan your Mikogo sessions in advance. Please note that you need to register for a Mikogo account to access the Scheduler further details on Page 21 under Account Information. The Scheduler can be accessed when there is no session active via the icon. To schedule a new session, click on the Plus in the bottom-left corner, which will open the session scheduler window. Through this window you can enter all details for the arranged meeting. Topic, Date, Start and Duration of the session need to be entered as well as Your Name. As an option you can enter a Session Password for your session, Conference Call Information can be typed in when you select the custom option, and it is possible to send yourself and the participants a Reminder via . The reminder is sent one day (24h) before the start of the scheduled session. As soon as your session has been saved it will appear in the overview of the Scheduler. To access further features, such as editing or deleting your saved session, please click on the respective session (just to highlight it - do not double-click) and then click on the grey buttons at the bottom of the Scheduler. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 15 of 24
16 Now you can delete the session (black arrow), edit the session (grey arrow), copy the invitation, or send an invitation ( ). To start a scheduled session, go to start session to start. and double-click on the session that you wish Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 16 of 24
17 Instantly your scheduled session with the pre-defined session ID starts. You can edit your scheduled session at any time and hence keep the reserved session ID. If your participants log on to the scheduled session before it has started, they will see a waiting room with the most important details of the session. Your participants will be forwarded automatically in to your session and will see your screen as soon as you start the session. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 17 of 24
18 Profile Manager You can access the Profile Manager via the icon when there are no active sessions running at the time. Then you can create and save a variety of Profile Settings to always have your favorite and suitable Profiles available. Please note that you need to register for a Mikogo account to access the Profile Manager further details on Page 21 under Account Information. To create a new Profile, just click the Plus in the bottom-left corner. By clicking the X you can delete a profile, with the Arrow you can set it as the default profile, and with the Tool button you can edit your saved Profiles. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 18 of 24
19 If you click on the Plus you will have the following options: By setting the Picture Quality you can influence the transmission speed. If you select the maximum quality, the image will be transmitted in true color and if you select the minimum quality, the image will be transmitted in grey-scale however the speed of the desktop sharing increases. The Instant Screen Build-up shows image changes on the participants screens as soon as they are transmitted. As a result, the image within a participant s screen changes immediately after the first changes are transmitted. Due to the effect of screen piecing together (screen changes will appear moving from top to bottom), we recommend that you only enable it for support sessions (as you can move faster) or when showing a presentation with many pictures. You can define if a session password is always needed or if the recording should start automatically. With this feature you can ensure that all your sessions are recorded automatically. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 19 of 24
20 On the Feature tab you can set which features the Presenter and the Viewer are able to use during a session. Furthermore you can either enable or disable the Participant List. If you disable Participant List, the participants will be unable to see who else has joined the session. The Viewer Pointer enables your participants to click within their viewer window and hence place an arrow with their name on the presenter s screen for several seconds. As a result you can interact with your participants and any questions your participants may have can be answered more easily, since they can point directly on your screen even without being granted remote control. The standard Initial Viewing Direction is set to Show, meaning that the participants see your screen. The Profile Manager allows you to set the Initial Viewing Direction for each Profile, e.g. View & Control another s screen if you only use Mikogo for support or show your screen if you only do presentations or trainings. If you use Mikogo for different use cases you can create more Profiles which are suitable for each case. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 20 of 24
21 After you have selected your options, please click on Save to complete your Profile. Account Information Here you can save your Username and Password, so you don t have to login with every start of the program. Registering a Mikogo account and saving your details under Account Information also enables you to use the Scheduler and Profile Manager features. If you forget your Password, you can retrieve it by clicking on the link Forgot your password? Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 21 of 24
22 Settings Mikogo offers a variety of additional settings which you can easily enable or disable. Some settings will be effective for the entire session and can only be changed prior to starting a session, while others can also be changed during a session. Please click on the icon before you start a session. The following section will appear: Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 22 of 24
23 Besides setting the Language of the software and the Presenter Scale of your screen during the session, you can also enter a Pause Text. It will appear on the participants screens when you pause the session. It is possible to enter no text at all, this way your participants will not realize that the transmission of your screen has been paused. Via Saved Recording Location you can set the folder where your recorded sessions will be stored. By default the location of a saved recording is the same location as where you started the Mikogo Linux application from. In many cases this would be /home/[your username]/desktop/mikogo 4.5 However this can be changed at any time. If required, you can manually enter your Proxy Information. Clicking the button Check for updates will inform you when a new version of Mikogo is available for download. HTML Viewer As an alternative to the downloading the software, your participants can join your session using the Mikogo HTML Viewer. With the HTML Viewer there is no need for the participants to download any software since they view your screen simply from within a web browser. The HTML Viewer works for participants joining from Windows, Mac and Linux computers. Please note that the HTML Viewer was developed especially for online presentations. As a result, the feature set available with the HTML Viewer was optimized for this special use case and does not provide all the features available via the default login. For example, participants who joined your session using the HTML Viewer can neither become presenter nor gain remote control. Automatic Reconnect Some participants are connected wirelessly to the Internet, for example, via WLAN or UMTS. Wireless connections are not always stable, and can at times result in temporary disconnections from the Internet. With the new automatic re-connect function, a participant will automatically be reconnected to the Mikogo session after a temporary interruption in the Internet connection. If a participant briefly loses Internet connection, Mikogo will attempt to reconnect to the session. If the participant s Internet connection has recovered within 3 minutes, Mikogo will automatically reconnect to the session. Therefore re-entering the session ID is not necessary for the participant to reconnect. MyAccount To manage your account, go to click on MyAccount and log in with your Username and Password. Under Passwords in the menu, you can change your Password. Furthermore you can access detailed statistics of your sessions and change your Account Information, Billing and Payment Information Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 23 of 24
24 Under Feature Settings you can upload your logo or an individual image for your waiting room. If you forget your password, you can retrieve it by visiting and clicking on Reset Password which is located in the top-right corner of the homepage. Enter your username and click on the Reset Password. Then check your s and follow the instructions. Mikogo User Guide - Linux Page 24 of 24
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